Hoogo wrote:Yes, the effect is hard to see in this case.
Martin Stricker wrote:If your picture is in RGB-Mode, sharpening only the L-Channel may lead to some color changing. See the example below.
I don't know the exact values I did use. The effect starts at intensity values above 100% and gets stronger by increasing the intensity value.Martin Huber wrote: I can see the color change in your images, but I can't reproduce it myself. What filter and what settings did you use?
I would say there is a green color cast over the whole picture.Hoogo wrote:My monitor isn't calibrated, and it's quite angle-dependend. The bright feathers look a bit cooler in the sharpendes picture, do you mean that?
greenmorpher wrote:Hey!!! How can I incorporate a picture into a post?
Martin Stricker wrote:I don't know the exact values I did use. The effect starts at intensity values above 100% and gets stronger by increasing the intensity value.
lutz wrote:Do you see the problem also when you use a duplicated sharpened layer set to luminance mode?
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