Aperture doesn't have distortion correction for lenses?

Started Feb 22, 2013 | Questions thread
kevinparis
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Re: Aperture doesn't have distortion correction for lenses?
In reply to webfrasse, Feb 24, 2013

webfrasse wrote:

kevinparis wrote:

mikael

I am sure there are people who feel the need to tweak lens corrections to the nth degree, and there are applications that allow this... there is even control in Olympuses own Viewer software.

I am not someone who would ever be interested fiddling with my images in that way... I did purchase PT lens when I was using Aperture 2.0, but as soon as Version 3.0 appeared with lens correction for the lenses I used, then I had no further use for it

Apertures lens correction may be minimal compared to these other applications...but it does what it sets out to do, seamlessy and automatically.

my whole reason for contributing to this thread is to refute the allegation that Aperture doesn't do lens correction AT ALL when I know that it is patently untrue

K

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if you really must see my photos then try
http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevinparis2007/

DxO is fully automatic. No tweaking, you should take a look at their trial. For the cameras I have been using Aperture does nothing and it's a frequently requested feature so I assumed it wasn't there. Seems like there isn't much either...not compared to to DxO or PTLens (excellent plugin for Aperture).

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Mikael

thanks for the info....but i really have no need for any additional lens correction software as Aperture happily corrects the distortions present in my micro 4/3 lenses.

K

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if you really must see my photos then try
http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevinparis2007/

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