|Jan 28, 2013, 04:45 PM||#1|
Sharpening on rMBP
I am getting a little confused. How can I tell when I am over sharpening a photo on the rMPB? It seems I can endlessly sharpen my D800 files without ever seeing the tell-tale signs of over sharpening.
Is this because of the tiny pixels of the rMBP obscuring the small detail view, or are my D800 files so clean you can sharpen them more than previous?
Macbook Pro 2.93 | 8GB | 120GB OWC Extreme Pro + 320GB/7200rpm | 24" LED Cinema Screen
Macbook Pro Retina 2.7 | 16GB | 512MB Flash | 1TB Crucial SSD external over Thunderbolt
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