Depending on the use that we are going to make of our images in the future, we have the possibility of carrying out many types of editing. In the same way we can make use of several solutions of this type, starting with the most popular and powerful, we are talking about photoshop.
This is a program that for most of you needs no introduction and is used on computers all over the globe. It is true that we are referring to a paid application provided by the giant Adobe, suitable for both novice and advanced users. In fact, many industry professionals use this tool to perform all kinds of tweaks, edits, and enhancements to their digital photography projects.
But as we mentioned, it also offers us the possibility of using some basic functions, as well as facilitating some of its many tasks. This, how could it be otherwise, will be especially useful for all those who are starting or do not have much knowledge in the tasks of image edition. A clear example of all this can be found in the operating mode that we are going to focus on now.
Specifically, we are going to talk about a function as used and common as that of sharpen the photos we load into Photoshop. Perhaps this is something that at first might seem a bit complicated, but the Adobe program tries to make things a lot easier for amazing results. This is precisely what we are going to show you below so that you can get an idea of how easy it is sharpen an image using this app.
It is true that Photoshop has a reputation for being complicated, but it all depends on the demands we have on our projects here.
Quickly sharpen your photos in Adobe Photoshop
This is because, as we say, we can also get great results with minimal effort, How is the case. For all this that we are telling you, we are going to make use of some filters that the program offers us and that make these tasks much easier for us. Therefore, in the event that we find ourselves needing to focus an image that we have loaded into the application, we are going to take a look at the upper part of the main interface. And it is that here we find a menu option called Filterwhich is what interests us now.
Here we find an extensive list with elements of this type, so in the case at hand we will place ourselves in the so-called Focus. In turn, a new menu will open in which we find different modes, all of them focused on the focus of images from Photoshop. The first one, Sharpen, allows the program to carry out a general focus of the image using its own artificial intelligence.
But perhaps the most interesting thing is that as part of these filters we find other very interesting options to carry out this task. For example, we found an option that allows us to sharpen only the edges of the photo, something very useful in certain cases. We will also have the possibility of making a soft focus, or apply an unsharp mask over the photo. If you are a user with little experience in these tasks, it is best to try several of these filters until you achieve what you want.