Just looking for anyone's opinion on whether to sharpen in the camera or do it all in post processing....Would anyone share their sharpening settings on thier D200?? Better results just leaving it to Photoshop or by doing some in camera?? Thanks everyone....I love my new camera and am just experimenting with all of the possible settings
For your question it depends on the user on what they prefer... like me... I have 4 diffent kind of custom settings on my camera for each criteria, but most of the time I used +1 for sharpening. IMO if you do lot of post processing might as well set your sharpening to normal.
Roy "If I Dont shoot today... I wont shoot forever"
Why? 1) Pretty much all my clients demand files be delivered that way 2) Even if shooting just for my self I never know when I might have a shot that is in demand amongst my stock/editorial/commercial clients. 3) I much prefer to have the added flexibility of sharpening EXACLY the amount needed for each shot when I decide to print.
I do all my sharpening in Photoshop mainly with the unsharp mask amongst other little tricks.
I am finding that I like sharpening in PS better than in camera sharpening. The D200 files sharpen up real nice, and in fact can take a lot more sharpening than the D100 files. I don't mind the post processing, but I am not shooting 800 shots at a wedding. With good exposure I am also finding that many of my unsharpened images need litte or no sharpening at all. My 2 cents... Brian