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camera raw lens correction

Explorer ,
Mar 27, 2024 Mar 27, 2024

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I’m trying to composite two images… a DNG shot from a drone opened in Camera Raw using the auto lens correction used for my Mavic 3 drone, and a JPG created by Photomatix with no lens correction. When I try to open the JPG and apply the lens correction filter in Photoshop, the profile used in Camera Raw, “DJI FC4382 Mavic 3pro 70.0 mm f/2.8” isn’t available as a lens preset. Any ideas on how to composite the two images? Is there a way to turn off the auto lens correction in camera raw or is there some way to import the Mavic 3 lens profile that Camera raw auto uses?

 

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Mar 27, 2024 Mar 27, 2024

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TBMK you cannot apply a lens profile to a JPG file.

You may be able to load both images to Ps as a stack, select both layers and use Auto-Align.  (EDIT > Auto Align Layers...)

Regards. My System: Lightroom-Classic 13.2 Photoshop 25.5, ACR 16.2, Lightroom 7.2, Lr-iOS 9.0.1, Bridge 14.0.2, Windows-11.

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Mar 27, 2024 Mar 27, 2024

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Is this a profile that cannot be turned off in ACR? Can you show a screenshot?

 

As Rob says, lens profiles for raw files and lens profiles for RGB files are two different things. They are not interchangeable and one cannot be used on the other. Even if an RGB lens profile exists, it may not give exactly the same result.

 

For raw files, some lens profiles are Adobe profiles, but some are manufacturer profiles embedded in the file from the camera manufacturer. These manufacturer profiles can sometimes be turned off and sometimes not, depending on the manufacturer's policies.

 

 

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Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

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OK understood. Heres a screenshot of the auto lens correction being applied. Would the only workaround be to have camera raw export jpg's that I could then use in photomatix? I also attached a side by side of my problem with the dng on the left and photomatix on the right which shows the complete sensor. I wish I could import the settings that raw uses. Thanks

dng lens correction.jpg

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Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

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and here is a screengrab of the profile being used by camera raw which isn't available to use on a jpg opened in camera raw

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Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

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Ok, so that's a profile that can't be turned off in ACR. This is the manufacturer's policy - but in that case I would also expect any processed jpeg to also use that profile.

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Apr 01, 2024 Apr 01, 2024

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OK makes sense. I only wish I could use the same profile in the camera raw photoshop filter. Is there a way to export it to use in the Photoshop filter?

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Apr 01, 2024 Apr 01, 2024

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BTW, there are a few competing products that allow you to turn off the lens correction. Not sure why Adobe doesn't.

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