Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Sharpening an image, part of Lightroom 5: 2 Optimizing Your Photos.
…Nearly every photo that you capture is…going to need some degree of sharpening, and…in many cases you'll actually need multiple…types of sharpening, depending on the particular circumstances.…When you capture an image, there is going to be some degree of a loss of sharpness.…For a variety of reasons.…The simple conversion from analog information, or light, into…digital values causes some degree of loss of sharpness.…There are also other factors.…For example, most cameras include an anti-aliasing filter in front of…the image sensor and that causes an additional loss of sharpness.…
In Lightroom the develop module provides you with a sharpening option that is…really aimed at compensating for a loss of sharpness in the original capture.…In other words you may still need to sharpen the image such as when you…print the photo but this sharpening will allow…you to compensate for a lack of sharpness.…From the original capture.…On the right panel, in the develop module.…I'll scroll down and we can take a look at the details section.…
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- Evaluating images
- Adjusting white balance
- Working with Clarity
- Fine-tuning with the Tone Curve
- Painting adjustments into an image
- Applying noise reduction
- Correcting perspective
- Converting to black and white
- Duplicating adjustments
- Stitching panoramas
Skill Level Beginner
Lightroom 5: 3 Basics of Image Sharingwith Tim Grey53m 36s Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Develop Module Basics
3. Advanced Develop Module Adjustments
4. Image Cleanup
5. Creative Adjustments
6. Duplicating Adjustments
7. Lightroom and Photoshop
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