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Lens Correction in Lightroom

This is a discussion on Lens Correction in Lightroom within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Here is an image I posted a couple weeks ago. I just learned about lens correction in Lightroom. Before lens ...

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    Here is an image I posted a couple weeks ago. I just learned about lens correction in Lightroom.

    Before lens correction



    After lens correction

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    Quite a noticeable difference in the lines AT, thanks for the demo.
    - not that it's crucial, but the contrast between shots is not equal. Lower image has deeper blacks which send more parts of the image into underexposure versus image 1.
    Imo, shot 1 has the better contrast, and shot 2 has better corrected lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    Quite a noticeable difference in the lines AT, thanks for the demo.
    - not that it's crucial, but the contrast between shots is not equal. Lower image has deeper blacks which send more parts of the image into underexposure versus image 1.
    Imo, shot 1 has the better contrast, and shot 2 has better corrected lines.
    I am my own worst enemy. When I do post editing, I do it by the seat of my pants, so if I want to re-edit an image to just change one thing, I don't remember how I did it the first time. It is all trial and error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquetiger View Post
    I am my own worst enemy. When I do post editing, I do it by the seat of my pants, so if I want to re-edit an image to just change one thing, I don't remember how I did it the first time. It is all trial and error.
    I agree the corrected lines looks better. It sounds like we have the same workflow habits But one thing I'm learning is to do all my enhancements on the full un-cropped image, then in a case like this if I need to try a different crop or lens correction the PP stays the same.
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