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    Adobe DNG FlatField - LCC For Lightroom ?

    Hi All,

    New announcement from Adobe today, DNG FlatField.

    See: Plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom | Adobe Labs

    and PDF: http://labsdownload.adobe.com/pub/la...dngff_docs.pdf

    Seems to be for Lens Cast. Sounds a lot like LCC from CaptureOne.

    Has anyone tried it ? is it a viable replacement for C1 LCC for Technical camera users.

    I personally much prefer LR to C1 (its what I'm familar with), but have to use C1 for LCC. This would be nice if it does as good a job !.

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    Re: Adobe DNG FlatField - LCC For Lightroom ?

    It probably won't matter to you in a another couple of weeks
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    Re: Adobe DNG FlatField - LCC For Lightroom ?

    I see no downside to this announcement.

    I can give you a dozen reasons why you should choose C1v6 over LR4. It takes literally a few hours of supervised time to get up to speed on C1 - far less than it takes to learn a new camera system, and with at least as much impact on your workflow and quality. The P1 Youtube intro-level videos are a great place to start and our online Capture One webinars are a good place to continue, with a 1v1 masters training (remotely or in person) with myself or someone like Jack are a great place to finish.

    But if you prefer LR4 for whatever reason(s) this tool means you can use it even with tech cameras.

    Sounds like good news all around.
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    Re: Adobe DNG FlatField - LCC For Lightroom ?

    This is a great accomplishment for Adobe...... that being said there is no comparison between ACR and C1. This is especially true if 800/e files are used. ACR sharpening introduces artifacts and noise that are completely eliminated in C1 - and this is done without any reduction in fine detail sharpness. I encourage anyone to compare files produced by both programs and see for yourself.

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    LR plug-in to correct color shading

    On the Adobe Labs site is available a preview of DNG Flat Field Ligtroom plug-in to correct light falloff and asymmetric color shading.
    Download Plugins for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom - Adobe Labs

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    Re: Adobe DNG FlatField - LCC For Lightroom ?

    And when it comes to DR maximization without doing blending or very fine curve work, LR beats the current C1 by far.... I really hope C1 soons gets a great update, it really is needed badly...
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    Re: Adobe DNG FlatField - LCC For Lightroom ?

    I've tried it on a few files. I like the process wokflow better than C1, but it is more steps. Mainly i like the option to either save files in a specific folder (for unshifted std f-stops) or or individual analysis that does ot get "saved"

    Have not yet done direct comparisons, but for reasonable shifts it looks great to me.

    I am very excited about this

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    Re: LR plug-in to correct color shading

    There's another thread about this, here: http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/medium...lightroom.html

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    Re: Adobe DNG FlatField - LCC For Lightroom ?

    Admin note -- I have moved the original thread and merged the two together here in the processing section for thread integrity.
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