Is Adobe CC better than CS6?

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Ernie Misner
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Re: Is Adobe CC better than CS6?

Graham Meale wrote:

Royi Avital wrote:

Graham Meale wrote:

Ernie Misner wrote:

Graham Meale wrote:

I'm with CS6 and have no intention to move to the cloud. Photoshop had fully matured by the advent of CS6, and most of the "extras" that have been introduced since are — in my opinion — gimmicks.

I sharpen in Photoshop, but not with Unsharp Mask — there are better ways.

High Pass sharpening?

Indeed.

There is nothing superior in High Pass Sharpening to Unsharp Mask.

It works a lot better for me.

Actually both are the same, Inverting Gaussian Blur and adding it back to the image.

Actually USM has non linear step (Threshold).

Both are classic old methods. There much better modern methods for sharpening these days.

Do enlighten me. I wait with bated breath.

Adding Texture in Lr/ACR is one, but I want to hear the better methods too.

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