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Importing RAW files into Aperture from OMD

If I wanted to apply a degree of sharpening to RAW files on import can anyone suggest how much? This might be easier for me than doing each file individually.

How much sharpening does the camera do for Jpegs?

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Re: Importing RAW files into Aperture from OMD

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If I wanted to apply a degree of sharpening to RAW files on import can anyone suggest how much? This might be easier for me than doing each file individually.

How much sharpening does the camera do for Jpegs?

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Not familiar with Aperture.Personally I would expect when processing raw files to adjust the sharpening to suit the requirements of each individual shot.

For JPEGS the camera can be set to apply different amounts of sharpening for each picture mode. This is done via the menu, Camera1, Picture Mode. Manual page 52. It can also be set via the Super Control Panel, top right hand corner. I have these set to zero prefering to do sharpening later if needed.

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Re: Importing RAW files into Aperture from OMD

I find that the OM-D's raw files don't generally need sharpening. I use Lightroom and usually set sharpening to zero on import (LR's default is to add some). I fparticular files need it, I can always add it later.

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