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Anybody have a clue as to the existence of supplementary sharpening software, i.e., beyond Photoshop's USM, but which could be used as a PS plugin or freestanding application? Indications abound that more sophisticated methods/algorithms exist, some of which may be incorporated into proprietary scanning or printer software. The only hint I've seen of a potential Photoshop-compatible solution is KPT Convolver, which is apparently either comatose or dead since the MetaCreations/Corel deal. And when KPT Equalizer was being given away the general drift of opinion was that it was worth its price. Or should this be a non-issue? Is PS/USM's capability so close to optimal that only the terminally anal would obsess on doing better? After meticulously applying PS/USM to my images with methods distilling the sagacity of the known universe, the residual fuzziness still causes an itch. Mike Rich/Minneapolis - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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