Let's say we have a TIFF file with output sharpening applied in Ps.
Which adjustments made in Lr later on this TIFF file don't damage output sharpening applied in Ps?
I think that ... saturation and split toning adjustments in Lr would not damage output sharpening applied in Ps.
And ... generally, if we don't apply excessive tonal adjustments in Lr, I think that output sharpening will not be negatively affected so much.
I would like to learn your thoughts ... thanks.
Applying any adjustment, especially one that alters contrast (contrast slider, clarity slider, black and white sliders, etc), to a file that has already been sharpened will result in the image looking more or less sharp. I think the real questions are by how much is the image made more or less sharp, and is it acceptable. To answer these you'll need to try a few examples yourself.
Thanks ... then I think that ... as a general rule, color adjustments can be safely applied on presharpened images ... but some care would be required when making tonal adjustments. Do you agree with me?