July 3, 2007
The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Book 1.1 update:
Sharpening and noise reduction
Capture sharpening for a sharp start
In this feature story I wanted to concentrate on the new sharpening and noise reduction controls in Lightroom 1.1. But before discussing the new sharpening controls, I should briefly explain the principle behind capture sharpening and the difference between this and output sharpening.
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July 3, 2007
Author: John Beardsworth
John Beardsworth, author of Digital Photographer’s Guide to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom has posted a handy little tip for creating Virtual Copy Collections of photos in Lightroom 1.1.
When you write a book on version 1.0 of a program, things are very much in flux. Apart from your publisher’s deadline. Features change subtly and others are pulled at the last minute, or later, and you’re never going to anticipate what might will appear in a dot release just a few months later – days after your book hits the streets. So while I’m not going to list the detailed changes (I recommend reading through this list of changes), this is the first of a few notes on how to take advantage of what’s in Lightroom 1.1.