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Posted by Poppa Chris
on Monday, November 11, 2013 3:44 PM
Each of the 6 or so Wavelet layers affects a different level of detail sharpening. If I remember correctly, (could be vice-versa) Layer 1 affects the largest detail structures, layer 6 (or up to 8) affects the finest detail sharpening. The others work on detail levels in between. Try starting with layer 1, move the slider in small increments until you start to get the image "noisy", then back off a little to remove the noise. Then go to layer 2 and do the same. Repeat until you go through all of the layers, or until you are satisfied with the way the image looks. Then go to the top of the screen and click "DO ALL" to accept your settings. Then save your image for any additional touchups you may want to do in Photoshop.
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