in-camera lens correction

Started 2 months ago | Discussions thread
EricTheAstroJunkie Contributing Member • Posts: 815
RawTherapee

Use RawTherapee to convert your RAW files, in the software you can force disable the lens profiles. In some cases I saw no real difference, in a few cases I found the forced lens profile resulted in worse image quality (in particular the 20mmS) for my uses, which is entirely nightscape/astrophotography. I pretty much have found, universally, that the forced lens profiles do not properly correct vignetting and midpoint and using RawTherapee at least allowed me to create a better vignetting/midpoint correction with less distortion.

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