Sharpening in JPEG mode


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Sharpening in JPEG mode

When you shoot in JPEG mode, the computer inside your camera takes care of pulling the Raw image data off of the camera sensor and processing it into a full-color final image. Part of that process involves applying sharpening to your image. Now depending on your camera you may, or may not, find that you like the results of the sharpening. Your camera probably offers controls for how much sharpening to apply, and it's worth experimenting with these to see the different results. However, if you're going to shoot JPEG, then I recommend turning the sharpening as low as it will possibly go. If you can disable altogether that's even better.

There are a few problems within camera sharpening. Obviously, the first is whether you like the level of sharpening or not, but also within camera sharpening, you're giving up some other control. Sharpening adds contrast to an image, so if the camera is sharpening, you've inherently lost some contrast control. The camera will have already...

Sharpening in JPEG mode
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Sharpening in JPEG mode provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Inkjet Printing for Photographers

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