A strong use of Radius in Unsharp Mask may help your nature images
By Rob Sheppard
Published August 1, 2007
Updated June 30, 2016
Sharpening is a critical part of the digital process, yet it’s often misunderstood. Sharpening isn’t about making a blurred image sharp; it’s about getting the optimum sharpness from a photo that was shot sharp. An image direct from a sensor or a scanner isn’t at its optimum sharpness. There are a number of reasons for this because of the technologies involved. So that image has to be sharpened in order for it to look as good as the lens that created the image on the sensor or film.
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