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export image afterwards seeing the export setting for exmple sharpening

Explorer ,
Dec 12, 2023 Dec 12, 2023

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How can I see in Lightroom CC whether I have exported the image for glossy or for screen sharpening? i mean after I already exported the picture, how can I see it for example on the exif data or something else which export settings where used ( especially sharpening for print or screen). I can´t remember and now I just have the picture but I can´t really see it in the picture? And the protocol of my picture editing is grey, because I don´t have the picture anymore on my other storage so just the final edited one.

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Dec 13, 2023 Dec 13, 2023

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Sharpening for screen or print is an option in the Export dialog, so that is where you need to check the setting.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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Dec 13, 2023 Dec 13, 2023

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I know that but how can I see it there, because I changed the export settings during this and they are updated then. Can I see it somewhere else?

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Not really. Glossy Sharpening would be very sharp as it's compensating for print blurring. 

Sean McCormack. Author of 'Essential Development 3'. Magazine Writer. Former Official Fuji X-Photographer.

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