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Dec 5, 2017 11:32:20   #
mikedent
 
Hello- besides Lightroom, and maybe Photoshop (I am not very familiar with its capabilities) which PP programs, if any, have built-in capability for automatic corrections for various lens-camera combinations? I checked Luminar 2018, for example, they said it uses a manual correction process with sliders. How about Affinity, DxO new-name program, PSE, or others? The included Nikon PP programs will work with Nikon lens/body combos but many of us have combinations of products. Thanks!
 
Dec 5, 2017 11:47:25   #
rmalarz (a regular here)
 
First off, Lightroom and Photoshop are processing programs, not post processing. I don't know where that term originated, but it's not post.

ACR in photoshop has a lens correction section. In addition, one can use Adobe software to create profiles for lenses that may not be in included in the very large selection of lenses already available.
--Bob
mikedent wrote:
Hello- besides Lightroom, and maybe Photoshop (I am not very familiar with its capabilities) which PP programs, if any, have built-in capability for automatic corrections for various lens-camera combinations? I checked Luminar 2018, for example, they said it uses a manual correction process with sliders. How about Affinity, DxO new-name program, PSE, or others? The included Nikon PP programs will work with Nikon lens/body combos but many of us have combinations of products. Thanks!
Dec 5, 2017 11:55:03   #
dsmeltz (a regular here)
 
Post-processing is a term of art covering the processing of images after (post) the initial exposure and recording of an image. It evolved from another term of art "post-production". The term post-processing allows differentiation between the processing that occurs in the camera and that which is applied after the image is moved to a secondary level of production.
Dec 5, 2017 12:02:18   #
rmalarz (a regular here)
 
I completely understand post production. In motion pictures one does the takeing, exposures of the scene, then processes the film, then in post the scenes are spliced together along with sound editing etc.

In photography, one exposes the image, then processes the film, or digital. I've never taken a roll of Kodachrome to a lab and asked them to post process it. It's always been taken to the lab for processing. Post processing could be cutting the film and mounting it in slide holders, etc.
--Bob
dsmeltz wrote:
Post-processing is a term of art covering the processing of images after (post) the initial exposure and recording of an image. It evolved from another term of art "post-production". The term post-processing allows differentiation between the processing that occurs in the camera and that which is applied after the image is moved to a secondary level of production.
Dec 5, 2017 12:05:18   #
Jim Bob (a regular here)
 
rmalarz wrote:
First off, Lightroom and Photoshop are processing programs, not post processing. I don't know where that term originated, but it's not post.

ACR in photoshop has a lens correction section. In addition, one can use Adobe software to create profiles for lenses that may not be in included in the very large selection of lenses already available.
--Bob


Come on Bob. It's simply processing the image after, i.e., post, camera capture of the image. Not rocket science here.
Dec 5, 2017 12:07:03   #
jerryc41 (a regular here)
 
dsmeltz wrote:
Post-processing is a term of art covering the processing of images after (post) the initial exposure and recording of an image. It evolved from another term of art "post-production". The term post-processing allows differentiation between the processing that occurs in the camera and that which is applied after the image is moved to a secondary level of production.


How about going back and processing an image again? Would that be post processing?
 
Dec 5, 2017 12:08:40   #
dsmeltz (a regular here)
 
jerryc41 wrote:
How about going back and processing an image again? Would that be post processing?


Welll... Yeah.
Dec 5, 2017 12:14:06   #
rmalarz (a regular here)
 
I'll admit it's not rocket science. However, Post Game Interviews are held after the game. Post, in this use, means after. So, if you wish to apply it to capturing an image, it would be post capture. As many use the term here it implies after processing. Maybe not rocket science, but more along the line of linguistics.
--Bob
Jim Bob wrote:
Come on Bob. It's simply processing the image after, i.e., post, camera capture of the image. Not rocket science here.
Dec 5, 2017 12:15:06   #
bpulv (a regular here)
 
rmalarz wrote:
First off, Lightroom and Photoshop are processing programs, not post processing. I don't know where that term originated, but it's not post.

ACR in photoshop has a lens correction section. In addition, one can use Adobe software to create profiles for lenses that may not be in included in the very large selection of lenses already available.
--Bob


I have apparently been incorrectly calling it post-processing myself. Just what is the difference between processing and post processing?
Dec 5, 2017 12:19:33   #
rmalarz (a regular here)
 
That is a good question. As pointed out, processing is working with the image, such as developing or bringing it into a computer program to process it.

Post processing could be, "well that's done, let's go have a beer".
--Bob
bpulv wrote:
I have apparently been incorrectly calling it post-processing myself. Just what is the difference between processing and post processing?
Dec 5, 2017 12:19:57   #
Clapperboard
 
rmalarz was so busy 'correcting' mikedent he forgot to mention On1 PhotoRAW 2018 also has lens correction profiles built in and there is a free 30 day demo available. I know he FORGOT as he is such an expert he must know about it.
 
Dec 5, 2017 12:21:57   #
rmalarz (a regular here)
 
Apparently, you failed to noticed I mentioned that it could be done in ACR. I'm not that familiar with On1 software. So, thanks for adding to the information regarding lens correction capabilities of something other than Photoshop.
--Bob
Clapperboard wrote:
rmalarz was so busy 'correcting' mikedent he forgot to mention On1 PhotoRAW 2018 also has lens correction profiles built in and there is a free 30 day demo available. I know he FORGOT as he is such an expert he must know about it.
Dec 5, 2017 12:24:03   #
jerryc41 (a regular here)
 
rmalarz wrote:
I'll admit it's not rocket science. However, Post Game Interviews are held after the game. Post, in this use, means after. So, if you wish to apply it to capturing an image, it would be post capture. As many use the term here it implies after processing. Maybe not rocket science, but more along the line of linguistics.
--Bob


And, of course, a Post Office delivers your mail after you expect to receive it.
Dec 5, 2017 12:25:04   #
Smudgey (a regular here)
 
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Jim Bob wrote:
Come on Bob. It's simply processing the image after, i.e., post, camera capture of the image. Not rocket science here.
Dec 5, 2017 12:32:27   #
rmalarz (a regular here)
 
Now, Jerry, that is an entirely different use of the word post. Though, that was a humorous approach to this discussion.
--Bob
jerryc41 wrote:
And, of course, a Post Office delivers your mail after you expect to receive it.
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