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  1. Hi! I was wondering what would be the equivalent of improving the "structure" of an image in AF? (Some NIK plugins for instance have a specific adjustment called "structure"). I am not really clear technically what it is that improving structure does to an image but it seems to be somewhat different from "sharpening". But maybe that is just my perception. Here is an explanation about the differences between Clarity, Structure and Sharpening that I picked up on a photography website. I don't know if this explanation is correct but if it is, then improving Structure would require a somewhat different approach and possibly a different tool than improving Sharpening. What are your thoughts on this?
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