Lens (mis)Correction Studies


This series explores a facet of digital photography that is often taken for granted, but remains an integral part of a professional photographer's workflow: Lens Correction Algorithms.

The images presented were created by exploiting a glitch in the Lens Correction Filter function in Adobe Photoshop CS6 that completely miscalculates barrel distortion and chromatic aberration values for RAW photographs shot on a Canon 5D Mark III. The glitchy Lens Correction Filters become further enhanced by an "edge extension" option that forces Photoshop to fill in the blank spaces created by the faulty algorithm. 
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