Fuji XE-1 post processing

Started Jul 3, 2013 | Discussions thread
ChicagoRob
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Re: Capture 1
In reply to Al Valentino, Jul 4, 2013

Al Valentino wrote:

In other words, sharpening is always my last step after resized. If you do your serious sharpening on a large version and then resize it is not as good Since you have added contrast to edges that then get modified. That is how I have been doing this for many years, sharpen last, remove noise first.

This is the correct methodology. There can be huge differences for radius/amount settings, depending on whether the file is for print or web use. I tend to apply all of my sharpening after conversion, since the choices are much more diversified, whether it be standard unsharp mask, high-pass sharpening(my favorite), luminosity sharpening, etc. These are great tools, especially when combined with layer-masking.

Rob

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