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Develop module Anyone do your own lens profiles?


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Nov 16, 2015
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Adobe has a Lens Profile Tool User Guide, published in 2010. https://wwwimages2.adobe.com/conten...toshop/pdfs/lensprofile_creator_userguide.pdf

Has anyone used this tool to create lens profiles for old and unusual lenses?

How much time did you spend doing the test photos? Processing the photos with the Lens Profile Tool?

What would you say to other people about workflow, or to clarify the Adobe documentation?

I have this collection of Nikon glass going back to 1968, all manual of course. I still use some of these lenses today. All my film photography - negatives and slides - was done using these lenses on Nikon F2's.


Phil Burton