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Adobe Lightroom Lens Profile?
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pauldean85.emai
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Any chance of an Adobe Lightroom Lens Profile to automatically correct the vignetting and lens distortion?

There isn't much of either it would be nice to have a lens profile in Lightroom that automatically removes them
2015-2-2
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InspiredOne
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That's odd. I haven't seen any vignetting or distortion. Sounds like a camera issue.
2015-2-2
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pauldean85.emai
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The camera is working fine, it looks like the vignetting is being caused by the matte frame in front of the lens.

As I said, it's not that bad - but in cloudy skies its clearly visible.

http://postimg.org/image/xq3vo36fz/full/

The image on the left is before processing, on the right is after - without the vignetting removed.

Granted this example is towards the sun, but it is visible on shots away from the sun as well (you can see it in the thumbnails at the bottom of the screenshot).

I played around with some DNG files that others uploaded and it was the same on those.

No biggie in any case - very simple to remove, it would just be ideal if there were a lens profile available, as per the Vision and Vision+
2015-2-2
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Tahoe_Ed
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It is my understanding that Adobe is working on a profile for the Inspire.
2015-2-2
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pauldean85.emai
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Thanks for the info Ed - much appreciated
2015-2-2
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info
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I created a profile for Adobe Camera raw :  http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/s ... amp;postcount=19274
2015-2-23
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Custerboy
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The vignetting appears to be light falloff due to the design of the lens, rather than light being blocked by the matte frame. It's quite common in wider lenses for view cameras - there are filters to correct for those. The solution here would be to change the formula of the Inspire 1 lens to cover a larger image area.

That's my take from a few years of large-format photography.
2015-2-24
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ad6
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Here is one I made today, it is not perfect, but in waiting for ADOBE to come up with one I needed one. Remember that if using Photoshop instead of Lightroom you can choose if you want only parts of the correction. /BKE

2015-5-15
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richarddeath
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info@skycam.co. Posted at 2015-2-23 12:52
I created a profile for Adobe Camera raw :  http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=30870510&p ...

This is great but how do i add it to lightroom or photoshop..? been looking on line but no joy with what i have found
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