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#1 Max_Elmar

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Posted 18 May 2016 - 05:35 PM

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I'm probably the very last person in the world to figure it out but I was very happy to find that Adobe color/camera profiles (.dcp) and lens correction profiles (.lcp) seem to work great in Iridient Developer. I downloaded the Classic Chrome profile for the X-E1 from this forum and it did a pretty good job giving me that film simulation. I used the Adobe Lens Profile Downloader to download a correction profile for the Rokinon 12mm F2 which also worked quite well! (This particular profile corrected distortion - I still had to correct chromatic aberration manually.)

 

Iridient Developer isn't the best documented or widely used bit of software out there, so I thought I'd mention it in case others were wondering. This is almost as good as when I found that the metal hood from the 35/1.4 fits the 60/2.4 - the 60 handles very nicely that way! The native hood for the 60 is very impressive but a bit of overkill in my estimation.

 

(Note: I have no commercial interest in Iridient Digital.)

 

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Max_Elmar

 

 



#2 jlmphotos

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Posted 18 May 2016 - 08:29 PM

Holy Smokes Max.  Apparently you were NOT the last person in the world to know this, I was!  Many Thanks.  I had no idea all the profiles I had in LR, and used upon import would work inn ID.  I'll have to try that.

Thank you.


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