Question about LR lens corrections
I'm a little uncomfortable with the LR lens corrections adjustment. It definitely does something to the photo. Kind of bulges out the middle and lightens it up a bit. Nothing much but it changes it.
What I'm having trouble getting my head around is I'm using a D600 and various good lenses (primes, f2.8s). How is it this near pro level camera and lens needs lens correction? Does adobe know something Nikon doesn't about their lenses?
I watched some youtube tutorials on LR and at least one professional uses lens correction every time and it didn't seem like he used a customized profile but only the default LR one for that lens.
Could I get a little insight on this? About half the time I think it may make the photo a little worse. Of course I know your own eye is the best judge but I'm trying to figure out the underlying philosophy with LR's lens correction adjustments.
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