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sharpening high resolution film scans

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Now that I have the luxury of working with very good scans of my film images, I'm encountering a new problem. Most of the newer sharpening routines such as the detail group in LR are not working well with these high resolution scans - they just pronounce the grain or do weird things to the grain, but not sharpen the parts of the image I want. I feel like I need to go back to old PS techniques like find edges, or frequency separation to do the image justice. I wish I could take advantage of the newer software such as inside LR or C1 that recover some loses due to diffraction or shake but unfortunately the results are all that pleasing. I'm curious to know what others here are doing with their high resolution scans?


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