What is advantage and disadvantage between X-trans vs Bayer array

Started Sep 7, 2013 | Questions thread
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Red5TX
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Re: What is advantage and disadvantage between X-trans vs Bayer array

Charles2 wrote:

mjl699 wrote:

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I always liked film and I never liked the effect of digital sharpening.

Sharpening is like makeup: it should improve appearance without its use being noticeable.

One of the best sharpening toolkits in a general purpose processing program is in Picture Window Pro. You control radius, amount, and a unique pair of sliders that choose how much to apply sharpening to areas that are more or less uniform (neighboring pixels are close in color or not).

Sharpening techniques will also change depending on the final print or image size you want. There is no one true/perfect sharpening technique.  It varies depending on many variables, all of which are dependent on the final output the photographer wants.

Sharpening is horribly complex. Take a look at Jeff Schewe's "The Digital Negative" for a (reasonably) concise discussion of how to do it in LR.

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