this edit of muntjack deer differently
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22-02-10, 08:11 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Well it's not what you'd normally do as sharpening alters the per-pixel sharpness and, therefore, the effects of any further processing will either be altered or will affect the sharpening but it seems fine here.
It's hard to say without knowing exactly what sharpening was applied by the smart sharpen before the shadows and highlights adjustment. The final sharpening you did was fairly unaggressive as well. It's always difficult to say how well sharpening works as I've not seen the original shot and we can't see the processed one at full size
All in all, it might not be orthodox but the end result is very good.
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