Any opinions as to the best zoom level for adjusting the Contrast Threshold slider while the Contrast mask is activated?
When I adjust the capture sharpening contrast threshold while the contrast mask is activated, I almost always use the
Fit to screen zoom level. But I am a low ISO shooter. For high ISO that might be different…
Interesting how different people do different things.
I always use a 1:1 (100%) zoom level when tinkering with the contrast mask, for both the Capture sharpening and the Sharpening module. I get the impression that one can be just a bit more precise when fully zoomed in.
Well, for the sharpening module, you have to use >= 100% zoom level for viewing the contrast mask in any case
Yeah, that is true. I’m so used to doing it this way that I forgot all about that
One advantage of Capture sharpening is, that you can preview the contrast mask at any zoom level.
Yes, I noticed that and it doesn’t seem to change the mask detail at the different zoom levels.
In my opinion, only with 100% zoom you have full control.
Less than 100% is completely out of control.
More than 100% could be useful only if you well keep in mind that you are zoomed more than 100%