This is perhaps a silly questions for all those who are used to using C1, but I'm at the beginning of a transition from Lightroom to C1 to try get the best out of my (yet to be delivered) Credo 60, so please humour me...
In Lightroom, I'm used to fine tuning sharpening by holding the alt/option key (Mac) to see the image in black and white, then moving the sliders. This makes the radius and detail settings very apparent, and the intensity of the sharpening easier to get just right. The great thing about Lightroom is that it's very, very fast (as least on my computers,) and there is zero wait for the preview to update.
With C1, I'm finding it really hard to judge where I am because the workflow is quite different and it's slow to render an updated preview whenever I change settings. I don't know if there's any way to effectively emulate what I do in Lightroom, but I might as well try to understand in a more detailed way how the settings are best dialed in and find a new workflow specific to this software. This will involve a lot of practice, but I thought some people here might be able to share what they think is the best starting point for basic pre-sharpeing and noise reduction for images shot at base ISO or 100 ISO on the 60mpx Dalsa sensors?
I'm honestly shooting in the dark, so any recommendations or advise would be grately appreciated!