In-camera sharpening


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In-camera sharpening

When you capture an image with a digital camera, there are several factors that contribute to a degree of softness within the image. This includes filters such as anti-aliasing and infrared cut-off that are placed in front of the image sensor, as well as the very nature of converting analog information, light into a digital signal. As a result, you might be tempted to turn on a little bit of sharpening in the camera to compensate for the softness inherent in a digital photo. For most photographers, sharpening in the camera won't do any bit of good.

The reason is that sharpening, along with most other in-camera settings that affect the appearance of the image, doesn't apply to raw captures. For most cameras, the only settings that affect a raw capture are the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO setting. A few cameras have other settings, such as a highlight priority mode that does alter the raw data to some extent. But the other settings that change the image appearanc...

In-camera sharpening
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In-camera sharpening provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Sharpening Power Workshop

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