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Working in the Photoshop Lightroom Details Menu
In this movie, host Chris Orwig works in Photoshop Lightroom's Detail Menu to sharpen and reduce noise from an image. Sharpening, he says, is pretty straightforward, as sharpening is increased, the detail of an image is sharper.
He discusses a bit about the debate going on with regard to sharpening RAW files, and details the difference between those who do initial sharpening versus those who sharpen at the end of the process.
He zooms into an image to see the noise in the darker areas, and uses the luminance slider to get rid of ther noise that appears in the sky.
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Chris Orwig is a faculty member of Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA. He is a professional freelance photographer, interactive designer, educator, and consultant. Included among his clients are companies such as Disney, Nissan, Activision, and J-Records. Yet, more important to him than his client list is his passion for photography. Chris describes this passion with the words of the great photographer Marc Riboud, "Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second."
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