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❤ Wooden Thinker figure hand carved Indonesia ❤ Hi!!!! Thanks for checking this guy out!! He's pretty awesome, isn't he?! I purchased two and have decided to keep one and sell one!! Generous of me, right?! Well.... there's a catch! You can only purchase this guy's duplicate if you promise to love and adore him like me! I'm still playing around with my shelf and how I want to display mine but the reality is.... he stands out! He's about one foot tall and 2" wide. Smooth and fabulous! I…

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Sharpen Using The High Pass Filter

One way to sharpen an image is to use the High Pass Filter. To do so, duplicate the layer you want to sharpen by selecting it and pressing Ctrl J (Mac: Command J). Change the duplicate layer’s blend mode to Overlay, then go to Filter > Other > High Pass. Then use the Radius slider to adjust the sharpening. Make sure that the Preview check box is checked so you can see how the sharpening is affecting your image.

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Becca Shimmering Pressed Skin Perfector Rose GoldNWT

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MADE TO ORDER PLEASE SEND SIZE IN A MESSAGE, OR LEAVE IN NOTES SECTION WHEN CHECKING OUT(: {PLEASE NOTE: Design may vary slightly from what is shown in pic. I will try to duplicate as closely as possible!}

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Sharpen Using The High Pass Filter

Another way to sharpen an image is to use the High Pass Filter. To do so, duplicate the layer you want to sharpen by selecting it and pressing Ctrl J (Mac: Command J). Change the duplicate layer’s blend mode to Overlay, then go to Filter > Other > High Pass. Then use the radius slider to adjust the sharpening. Make sure that the preview check box is checked so you can see how the sharpening is affecting your image.

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