For sharpening.

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For sharpening.

Postby gregmeister_admin » Thu May 13, 2021 1:45 pm

I would like you guys to run this image through your sharpening workflows and show me what they can do.

It is not a contest just want to do more sharpening stuff.

Greg
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artmar
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Re: For sharpening.

Postby artmar » Fri May 14, 2021 10:09 am

After lifting the shadows, and also retrieving some highlight detail, I used Topaz Sharpen AI.
I may have over-sharpened the images, but one can always back off a bit.

I notice that on this site they have to be viewed at 100% to see the difference.

Art
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Ganna
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Re: For sharpening.

Postby Ganna » Sat May 15, 2021 1:10 am

Art did what I wanted with Topaz :D So I had to do something else :D I have 2 macros for Affinity and I use the HansLab one on both the images. Unfortunately I cannot post them here but I will ti Gregs' Gmail account
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