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Hello here

I am new here: (I am still using the trial version.)

I try to sharpen my photos with High pass filter. I have watched several films on YouTube for that, but they are going too fast! People talk too fast and I usually cannot see which buttons are pressed.

My question now is: Is there someone who shows me step by step how to do?

So far I have done the following: Photo loaded> Filters> Sharpen> High pass ...> Dragging the radius slider until I want the edges I want> But then? I can't see what people are doing to see the photo!

Maybe even more tips for an interested person?

Thanks in advance!

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Good start, click “monochrome” box bottom left.

Then change blend mode to linear light or overlay and reduce opacity because you probably over did it. 

Voila! 

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Thank you!

But: I found blend mode to ll or Overlay but where do I found: reduce overlay and.... I don't see my photo as I asked!

Please, don't overestimate me, I asked, please, step by step!

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If you load a photo and apply ‘Filters > Sharpen > High Pass’ you will have a grey layer and you won’t see the original photo. You need to start by duplicating the photo, and then apply the High Pass filter to the duplicate layer. When you change the blend mode to ‘Overlay’, you’ll see the effect of the interaction between the High Pass layer and the original layer, and if you reduce the opacity of the High Pass layer you’ll reduce the effect.


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In the dialog or on the left hand side on top of the layers panel

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@Alfred:

 

OK,OK, I did what you wrote, Thanks,

But I do not see neither edited nor my original photo. Only grey!

 

Please step by step

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