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  • Image sharpening in LR?

    I know Lightroom can do a lot of basic adjustments, but is image sharpening one of those? How?

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    Re: Image sharpening in LR?

    Slide the sliders under "Detail > Sharpening", you can also mask out what you want sharpened(like the eyes) by using adjustment brush.


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