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I do most of my work in the LAB color space. I then convert to other color gamuts as required.  I find LAB useful since it separates color from luminosity so its easier to create masks  such as luminosity or saturation masks.  I have developed  a macro that provides sharpening and color accentuation using the unsharp mask and curves.  In the enclosed macro you can adjust the  separation of the A and B components as you wish, just bring up the curves adjustment to accomplish.  I have also included the selective color adjustment and levels adjustment which I often use to "dial in" the precise colours I want. Just access the  respective adjustments once the macro has run.

Hans' LAB sharpen.afmacro

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Thank you.. but the suffix should be .afmacros, not afmacro.
It wont open.. at least not for me. ;) 

You should post this in the Resourses forum. 


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16 minutes ago, Madame said:

Thank you.. but the suffix should be .afmacros, not afmacro.
It wont open.. at least not for me. ;) 

You should post this in the Resourses forum. 

You import .afmacro (no s) files using the Macro studio panel. 

For a .afmacros (with s) file you would use the Library studio panel.


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10 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

You import .afmacro (no s) files using the Macro studio panel. 

For a .afmacros (with s) file you would use the Library studio panel.

Thanks, I didn't know that. Is there any advantage using  one or the other?
I did manage to add it to the library.


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Hi Madame,
An afmacro file (without S) is just a bunch of separate steps of a single macro. It's not available for use in the program unless you load it in the Macro panel and run it or save it to the Library for later re-use. afmacros files are the usual way to distribute macros. They can contain more than one macro and remain available for use in the Library after you import them.

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Thank you all! :) 


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