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Thread: Sharpening - comparison of different methods

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    Default Sharpening - comparison of different methods

    Hi,

    Sharpening is a difficult subject to understand and so I came up with the idea of comparing around 10 different methods with various types of images.

    If this interests you then I've put all the comparison images at
    http://www.broadhurst-family.co.uk/l...sharpening.htm

    from this I have worked out what I think is the best method. It might be interesting if you reply to this thread saying which you think is the best and we'll see if we all agree!

    Chris

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    Default Re: Sharpening - comparison of different methods

    uhhh...i don see much sharpening...?
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    Default Re: Sharpening - comparison of different methods

    The pictures are too small to show any differences. Maybe samples of 100% crop would be more effective in showing the differences.

    By the way, no portrait shots for comparison?

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    Default Re: Sharpening - comparison of different methods

    there is no one tool that can be used for everything

    if it were that easy..

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