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Camera raw filter not applied when the picture is transferred to photoshop CC

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Hello,

I have an issue when I work with Camera Raw, and when I increase the gain to get something sharpen.

I can see the result properly in Camera Raw, however, when I send the picture to Photoshop CC to continue the treatment, this gain disappear !

Have you already been faced to this issue ?

Thx.

Fabrice.

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Check to make sure that in your camera raw settings, Appy Sharpening is set to All Images instead of Preview Only:

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Camera raw filter not applied when the picture is transferred to photoshop CC

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Hello,

I have an issue when I work with Camera Raw, and when I increase the gain to get something sharpen.

I can see the result properly in Camera Raw, however, when I send the picture to Photoshop CC to continue the treatment, this gain disappear !

Have you already been faced to this issue ?

Thx.

Fabrice.

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by ssprengel | Adobe Community Professional

Check to make sure that in your camera raw settings, Appy Sharpening is set to All Images instead of Preview Only:

clipboard_image_0.png

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Are you viewing BOTH at 100% zoom (1:1)? 

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yes, definitely

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Try again after turning OFF GPU in preferences.

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Check to make sure that in your camera raw settings, Appy Sharpening is set to All Images instead of Preview Only:

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thank you very much, it works now !

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