|PHOTO TIPS: ALL YOUR PHOTOS ARE BLURRY!
Any digital photo can be sharpened to look better. It turns out that Imagener does this better than just about any photo software on the market. In February 2006 we wrote a newsletter on How To Make Enlargements Sharper. That newsletter was describing a function that is
in Imagener Professional and Imagener Unlimited called Resharp. Resharp is really the technical term known from the photography world
with a very strange name: "Unsharp Mask." We've tried in that and other newsletters to explain Unsharp Mask, but it is a difficult term to understand. We looked for simpler definitions so our customers could make better use of the Resharp function, but could not find one. So - we wrote what we believe to be the simplest and shortest definition of Unsharp Mask that you will find anywhere on the Internet - click here to read this just published article.
Imagener is unique in that it has slider bars for the Unsharp Mask or as we call it in the program "Resharp." Also, Imagener is the only program we've found that shows you the effects of the Resharp function on a full size view of the image. Hopefully this information will get you using the Resharp function in Imagener on all your photos, even if you are not enlarging them.
TIPS ON USING THE RESHARP FUNCTION
Imagener Professional and Unlimited have Unsharp Mask or "Resharp" built in. Notice the box below, after reading our new definition of Unsharp Mask,
click the Auto button after a photo is loaded and play with the sliders, keeping the short definitions in mind:
Make sure to place the Image in the Results window where you want it to see the maximum effect of Resharp.
You can read more about the Preview and Result windows and how they are used here.