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    Default Re: Selective Sharpening

    Thanks for posting this Stan, but it prompts a question - what advantage is there in this method over using an adjustment brush in LightRoom?
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    Default Re: Selective Sharpening

    but it prompts a question - what advantage is there in this method over using an adjustment brush in LightRoom?
    cant really answer that as I never use lightroom, although any processing with Photoshop always starts off with the raw file opened in Adobe Camera Raw, which is quite similar to the lightroom interface.

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    Default Re: Selective Sharpening

    Pretty much as I do it Stan.

    Nicely explained for those that have yet to try it.

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    Default Re: Selective Sharpening

    Very well explained Stan. To keep things simple on occasion I use a new brush in LR and use that to paint on sharpening where I want it. Quick and easy and saves flicking between LR and PS
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