Scott Bourne absolutely nails a list of 10 tips to help us all get the sharpest possible photographs. He’s highlighted 10 things that just about anyone can remember. Including my favorite …

10. Use the right amount of post-processing sharpening. Many beginning digital photographers are unaware that you need to use more post-processing sharpening for printed images than you do for images displayed on the web. If you’re printing on photo paper, adjust the image on your computer monitor so it seems just a bit too sharp on the screen. This is usually the right amount of sharpening for a print.

Scott says he knows the list isn’t “comprehensive” but it’s a pretty darn good start if you ask me. Do you have a sharpening tip you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments section below.

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