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Lens Corrections, Enable Profile Corrections In LR4: Good Idea/Bad Idea


15 Jun 2013 5:49PM
Hello, Simple question. I was told that using the lens correction on all photos is a MUST!
I use a Nikon D300, with a Nikkor 17-55mm 1:2.8 G ED DX Lens.

When I use it my subjects appear bloated, until a few moments later after I look away & back again.

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GazzaG2003 e2
11 252 England
15 Jun 2013 6:46PM
I have LR 4 but not used it in this program I do use it on camera raw in Photoshop CS6 and have no issues with my canon 17-40mm L lens.
duratorque e2
11 413 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2013 9:30PM
I use that feature all the time, but I would not say it is a must for all photos. I tend to use it for subjects which has a lot of straight lines taken with wide angle lens. For a lot of photos, it is a matter of taste and does not make that much difference.
Gundog e2
1 624 Scotland
15 Jun 2013 9:36PM

Quote:I use that feature all the time, but I would not say it is a must for all photos. I tend to use it for subjects which has a lot of straight lines taken with wide angle lens. For a lot of photos, it is a matter of taste and does not make that much difference.


As above.
I use it when it would help especially for ultra wide wide, it helps straighten things outGrin

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