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Unwanted vignetting/fisheye on sony raw files

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Sep 16, 2019

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Hi

I have a Sony a6000 and shoot in ARW raw format. I then use Adobes DNG converter to change the files to DNG so I can work with them in Lightroom 5. But, when I open the DNG files in Lightroom, all images have a vignet or slight fish eye look. I can remove it if I tick the "Enable Profile Corrections" under Lens correction, but that also crops the image a bit.

If I look at the raw files in a browser, non of the formats (ARW or DNG) have the vignetting. It's ony visible in Lightroom.

Why is this happening and how can I avoid it?

 

All help is highly appreciated ☺

Lisbeth

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Unwanted vignetting/fisheye on sony raw files

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Hi

I have a Sony a6000 and shoot in ARW raw format. I then use Adobes DNG converter to change the files to DNG so I can work with them in Lightroom 5. But, when I open the DNG files in Lightroom, all images have a vignet or slight fish eye look. I can remove it if I tick the "Enable Profile Corrections" under Lens correction, but that also crops the image a bit.

If I look at the raw files in a browser, non of the formats (ARW or DNG) have the vignetting. It's ony visible in Lightroom.

Why is this happening and how can I avoid it?

 

All help is highly appreciated ☺

Lisbeth

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Sep 16, 2019

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Hi there,

 

We apologize for the issue you are facing with the DNG files of the Sony A6000.

 

Would you mind checking if there is any preset being applied to the image during import? Also, do you see the fish eye effect only on other images clicked using a different camera (if you have tried)?

 

You can reset the preferences of Lightroom to check if that helps by following the steps mentioned in the link below.

https://helpx.adobe.com/in/lightroom-classic/help/setting-preferences-lightroom.html#restore_prefere...

 

Note: Please take a back up of your presets and other settings before you reset the preferences.

 

Regards

Nikunj

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