Posted Fri Feb 15 2:25AM
Posted By antagonist74:
The imagens were processed in LR4. Sharpening was at 70/1,2/30/60 (up to down). Maybe 70 seems to a little bit too much ... But i cannot get rid of those green CAs in LR ... :-(
In LR, I rarely set the sharpening more than 20 for iStock. Even the default 25 is too much for many images. Sharpening I often best left to the client who knows how much sharpening they may need to apply, depending on size they need for their final use be it print or digital.
A good camera and a good shot should not need anything but a simple subtle output sharpening applied to the RAW. Export to 16bit TIFF and apply local sharpening if needed in Photoshop. That generally causes fewer headaches.
(Edited on 2013-02-15 02:32:28 by kelvinjay)
Posted Fri Feb 15 8:51AM
Same as Kelvin, I never go over default sharpening of 25. I typically stay between 10-20 for ISO 100 and 0-5 on higher ISO images.
Did you try applying lens correction within LR4?
Posted Thu Feb 21 10:31AM