Greetings All, Is sharpening necessary for landscape work? I realize this may strike many as a rather amateur question, but it is one I am currently debating. My shooting ethos is to do my work behind the lens, instead of at the computer. This is not a judgment, merely a preference. For me, the challenge of the photographic endeavor is to expose and compose in the field and otherwise not manipulate the image. Toward this end, the only "manipulator" I used in any part of my workflow is a graduated ND filter (although I am still exploring its possibilities). Beyond the automatic in-camera sharpening that compensates for the weaknesses of the Bayer array, is postprocess sharpening necessary to bring the image into alignment with what was actually witnessed? Alternatively, is it merely one of the many available methods to enhance an image?