Is there an unsharpe mask-like adjustment in Lightroom?

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Hello Everyone,

This is Guy very-new-at-all-of-this again. Thank you for your guidance, advice and help - again.

It seems that unsharpen mask is a pretty significant adjustment. I have not found an edit with this name in Lightroom, but is there something like it there?

Thank you so much, as usual...

Guy
 
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Guy
Currently there is not. There is a global sharpening tool that is "OK". I would anticipate much more work and improvements in this area in the near future including possible plug-in support of great products from Pixel-Genius.
Dave
 
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I heard rumors of a sharpening module for it. I wish they would get on it. That and some cloning. Not just the dust spot.
 
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There will be improved sharpening and that is all I can say.
Cloning is not at or near the top of the list for things to come. Personally I like the current clone/heal tool. It works weel for what it is designed to do. Remember that LR is not designed for intensive image alteration/manipulation that is the domain of PS.

Hope you are enjoying LR !!!!!!!
 
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Differing file extensions

What is the story on not being able to import two files into Lightroom with the same name but different extensions, e.g., RAW+jpg?
 
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Look at the LR u2u forum for a headache about that question. I am sure that Adobe will listen there have been enough persistant reasonable requests...
 
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What is the story on not being able to import two files into Lightroom with the same name but different extensions, e.g., RAW+jpg?
The problem appears to be in the import process rather than a library issue. If you import the jpegs after you import the raw files it works ok. That is my work-around until a fix is available
 
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There will be improved sharpening and that is all I can say.
Cloning is not at or near the top of the list for things to come. Personally I like the current clone/heal tool. It works weel for what it is designed to do. Remember that LR is not designed for intensive image alteration/manipulation that is the domain of PS.

Hope you are enjoying LR !!!!!!!
I definately am, but I would definately like improved sharpening, as well as improved noise reduction...
 

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