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Aperture adjustments vs Lightroom adjustments

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Good day,

I have been working between both software to choose the one I will stick too.
At the moment, my Aperture is working really well.

The only thing is; when I use Lightroom, I am able to use an option called "Clarity". It can make a picture show more defects or the opposite way that I like is that it make the whole picture a bit blurry so it removes all the defects.

I think we can call it under Aperture; Enhance - Definition but it can only go over 0 and not below just like Lightroom.

Could anyone guide me through this, if it is possible to do it with Aperture?

Thanks so much
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