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Getting Started with Camera Raw: How to make better pictures using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, Second Edition by Ben Long

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The Detail Tab

With your image toned and corrected, you’re ready to move on to the Detail tab, which will let you address any sharpness and noise troubles that your image might have.

Adjusting sharpness

Sharpening can be a touchy subject. While some people are very particular about sharpening and use special techniques to apply varying levels of sharpness to different parts of an image, other people simply want a quick sharpening process that makes their images look better. However, no matter what your particular sharpening taste, all of your raw images will need some sharpening.

When you shoot JPEG, your camera automatically sharpens your image before it compresses and stores it. All digital camera images need some sharpening to make up for ...

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