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Lars Johnsson wrote:
ben egbert wrote:
Figured it out. If you have worked an image and applied vignette correction manually, the auto correction adds to that. You need to first get back into manual correction and set it to zero then run auto correct.
Why would you first manually correct the vignetting ? And then after correcting it, you correct it one more time!! ?
And you don't have to use the auto correction if you don't like it.
I have had the lens for several weeks and applied manual correction because PS lacked a profile for this lens. When I went back to the older images and tried the auto correct, it doubled until I went in and removed the manual.
This is not how I would expect the software to work, I would expect one command to over ride the other, it did not.
I posted this as valuable information for others who might have followed the same path I did. The auto correction looks good. The lens has lots of vignetting which I fixed manually. I did not worry about the distortion, but auto corrections fixes that too.