The Photographers Guide to Image Sharpening in Lightroom

Professional Image Sharpening & Noise Reduction Techniques using Adobe Lightroom

Includes FREE access to 1.5-hour online training video.

In this Lightroom Sharpening book, I explain the tools and techniques you can use to sharpen your photography. Every element of the sharpening and noise reduction process is covered, from the basics through to advanced techniques. Packed with advice and following a no-nonsense approach, you will quickly learn an effect method to sharpening and noise reduction. A methodology that can dramatically improve the quality of your images. Nothing is withheld.

This book takes you far beyond simple sharpening by numbers. You will learn how to optimise each image, achieving results comparable with the professionals.

As well as easy to follow instructions, the book contains three full length examples. You can follow these on your own computer, using the photo RAW files provided. Every aspect of sharpening and noise reduction is explained, step by step.

At the end of the book you will find a code giving free access to a 1.5-hour video course. I developed the course specifically to support photographers with sharpening and noise reduction in Lightroom.

Learn the professional approach to noise reduction and sharpening in Lightroom.

How This Book Helps

Clearly and concisely explained practical steps to:

  • Balance noise reduction and sharpening.
  • Produce a dramatic three-dimensional appearance in images, using a little-known brush technique.
  • Assess images to identify the type and levels of sharpening required.
  • Apply a simple sharpening workflow around which Lightroom has been developed.
  • Optimise images for screen or print output.
  • Recognise and avoid common sharpening problems.

100% Satisfaction or Your Money Back

If you're not satisfied for any reason with your purchase, just let me know within 30 days and I will refund you in full.

Download This Great Book Now

The book is available in three formats:

  • Standard PDF
  • ePub format used by many eBook readers
  • Kindle MOBI format

You can also select to download all three formats (provided in a single zip file) at no extra cost.

The PDF version of this book has 124 pages. The page count in other formats will vary depending on the format and reader.

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