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This page looks at how much to sharpen when converting in Adobe Camera Raw via Photoshop. Similar considerations apply in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, which uses the same ACR engine and sharpening algorithms.
All digital cameras require some degree of sharpening due to the discrete nature of their image capture. A camera like the Fujifilm GFX without an anti-aliasing filter needs less sharpening than a camera with one. Other factors influence what is the best value:
- Pixel quality including noise.
- Acutance, which can be related to sensor design (micro lenses, pixel spacing, etc).
- Diffraction mitigation.
- Lens micro contrast.
- Noise reduction, particularly long exposure noise reduction.
- Special camera features like the Lens Modulation Optimization feature of the Fujifilm GFX.
- Many JPEG settings, when camera JPEG is used.
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