the appearing dialog switch to Basic mode
(this is the factory setting).
The first two sliders may be familiar from Unsharp
Mask. Amount will regulate the
strength of sharpening. The bigger its value, the more definite
the effect. Radius adjusts the radius of
sharpening, i.e., the width of the effect along the edges.
Use a small value in case of fine, tiny details, such as
in the example, while set it high in pictures with blurred
or wide edges.
Our photo is fundamentally sharp, we just want to emphasize
he small details. Therefore first set the Radius slider
to 0.1-0.2. This amount will do. Next comes
Amount, or strength. If you have set Radius
to 0.1 pixels, you can go and pump this up to 500%,
but if it was set higher, then put this to somewhere in
the middle. Check the preview on the right (in 100% view!)
and make changes as necessary. What matters is that you
should prevent the photo from falling apart, bright additional
edges should not appear, but the details should get some
plus in appearance.
Remove drop down menu and Lens
Blur options will be needed here. To achieve really
fine sharpening, select More Accurate box
at the bottom. Without this you will get too harsh edges,
even with a low Radius.