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Lens Correction Profile - Photoshop.... Where can i download

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by NiklasJ, Jul 20, 2014.

  1. NiklasJ

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    Hi!

    I've found some links on Google that tells me that there is an Lens correction profile released by Adobe for DJI Vision cameras... But how can I get it to my PS CS6? Where can I download it?
     
  2. lsteigerwalt

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    Re: Lens Correction Profile - Photoshop.... Where can i down

    If I remember correctly I shot in raw opened the file and chose lens correction and dji was already a choice, no download necessary.
     
  3. polo-kracher

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    Re: Lens Correction Profile - Photoshop.... Where can i down

    if this is on a mac, just press "command+shif+R" at the same time and you should be able to get what you are looking for
     
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    Re: Lens Correction Profile - Photoshop.... Where can i down

    it's also pre-built into Lightroom 5.5 i think.

    Or you could use GIMP for free- someone here (Simon maybe?) posted a handy vid on what to do. That's what I use and its easy.
     
  6. rgsinsc

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    Re: Lens Correction Profile - Photoshop.... Where can i down

    I have used GIMP an opensystem (free) app for windows (not sure about Mac)...choose filters/distort/lens distortion. There is a youtube vid (google) that shows the approximate values to enter.......mine photos looked best at "main @ -55 and edge @ +10