|Quoting Aussie18 (Reply 2):|
My method is to resize to 1600pixels and add 100% @ 0.2 USM than resize to final size ie 1024pixels and add the final amount of USM @ 0.2,touch up soft areas with some selective sharpening and erase noticable jaggies.
|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 1):|
My workflow is very simple - sharpening is that last step I do before saving.
|Quoting Cpd (Reply 5):|
I remember a book by Martin Evening (Photoshop CS3) who advocated using different radius settings for different MP class cameras. For 12mp, he advocated 0.4 radius, but otherwise mirrored your process.
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