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| p.1 #11 · Canon DPP: lens correction = soft images |
Mark Shaxted wrote:
Sorry - I should have said 'zoomed' 400%, just to better`see the loss of original detail.
The irony is, many folks constantly go on about the resolution of their fine L lenses, spend hours doing detailed 'test' shots of brick walls, then apply abritary rotations to correct for wonky horizons... thereby destroying all the fine detail they captured! Makes ya wonder sometimes
At the end of the day, you can't beat getting the picture right in camera - and if your lens shows minor distortions, so be it - let it be a 'feature' of the image.
Mark, could you provide the details of your test? Do you rotate the image, save, open it and rotate back? I was trying to reproduce it by rotating similar images in LightRoom, was moving the slider back and forth and the image always comes back to it's original shape without any distortion. Now, if you rotate, save, open, and rotate back it does acquire artifacts but one shouldn't manipulate images in such a barbaric fashion