Subject: Re: + Camera Raw Feature Requests +
If you think none of your lenses exhibit vignetting, try the following:
1) Attach any of your lenses to a camera with a full frame sensor or a film body
2) Shoot the sky wide open and at the shortest focal length
3) Look at the image to see if there is any darkness in the corners that is inconsistent with the rest of the image
Most reviews in Popular Photography include a sentence such as:
"Light falloff left the corners by f/3.3." Since film bodies are becoming more rare, it only makes sense to include a tool that automatically corrects for this problem when the RAW image is processed on a computer.
The technology exists to make images better by correcting for vignetting. Why not take advantage of it?
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