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Hey Adobes, where the hell is the lens correction for my 16-35mm?

 
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May 03, 2010 15:14 |  #1

As the title, lovely CS5 packed with a lovely lens correction feature.

My 16-35mm mkII isn't in there though. The 15mm is, however.

Come on Adobe, I have some wonky trees to fix.


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May 03, 2010 15:22 |  #2

Did you try asking them?


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May 03, 2010 15:38 |  #3

Here's what was installed on my Mac in CS5.

See:

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=866661

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May 03, 2010 15:46 |  #4

Same for me. Pretty slim pickin's if you ask me, for my 1DMKiii. One lens? And searching online for others came up empty.

I hope they start populating the list.

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May 03, 2010 16:15 |  #5

Grab the Adobe Lens Profile Creator and you can make your own ! http://labs.adobe.com …gies/lensprofil​e_creator/ (external link)


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May 03, 2010 16:30 |  #6

peejayw wrote in post #10114345 (external link)
Grab the Adobe Lens Profile Creator and you can make your own ! http://labs.adobe.com …gies/lensprofil​e_creator/ (external link)

That's the idea. You can't expect Adobe to provide profiles for every conceivable camera + lens combination.


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May 03, 2010 17:39 |  #7

Well, one might argue that adobe advertised lens correction but did not ship their product with a very extensive set of lens correction profiles. If adobe want to advertise something akin to dxo optics pro, they may want to clarify that the lens correction database is incomplete or is going to be dependent upon the user community and may not be of uniform quality, etc

it will be interesting to see how the database develops.

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May 03, 2010 23:40 |  #8

rebop wrote in post #10114180 (external link)
Pretty slim pickin's if you ask me, for my 1DMKiii. One lens?

Concentrate on the lens more than the body - the body is a pretty minor factor, so if the lens profile was produced by the same size or bigger sensor, it should work fine.

Ideal case scenario, the lens manufacturer's should get on board in order the create the best quality profiles. Sigma are already on board and their range is pretty much covered, if not entirely. User pressure on the manufacturers will get the full range of lenses covered far quicker and more accurately than Adobe having to profile them all one at a time.


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May 04, 2010 03:20 |  #9

kirkt wrote in post #10114810 (external link)
Well, one might argue that adobe advertised lens correction but did not ship their product with a very extensive set of lens correction profiles. If adobe want to advertise something akin to dxo optics pro, they may want to clarify that the lens correction database is incomplete or is going to be dependent upon the user community and may not be of uniform quality, etc

it will be interesting to see how the database develops.

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My point exactly. Great feature you advertised, shame the lens that needs it most isn't covered.

Your software isn't cheap either.


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May 04, 2010 05:05 |  #10

Gel wrote in post #10117457 (external link)
Great feature you advertised, shame the lens that needs it most isn't covered.

Yet. Post it on the Adobe Forums where they'll actually hear you, and if enough people request a particular lens, it'll be a higher priority for them.


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Aug 08, 2010 23:22 |  #11

Honestly, even for the lenses I have that are included (there's a ton of Sigma lenses in the database for some reason) I still went ahead and profiled all of my lenses. Reason being each build of a lens is slightly different. One version might be a little pinchier than the other, even if only slightly. If I'm gonna go to the trouble of using camera profiles, I may as well take the five minutes to photograph a checkerboard and run it through a program so that I have accurate profiles.


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Aug 08, 2010 23:58 |  #12

rajah sulayman wrote in post #10685547 (external link)
there's a ton of Sigma lenses in the database for some reason

Sigma got on board and provided them


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Aug 09, 2010 02:26 as a reply to  @ Victoria Bampton's post |  #13

Is this available in CS4? If so, where?




  
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