Although I use the profile of the TAMRON 45mm 1.8, I am somewhat disappointed with the ability to eliminating chromatic aberrations. Adobe CAMERA Raw delivers much better results here, even directly on JPG’s… Is it possible to set the removal of the abberations more aggressively for this lens at wide open aperture?
I have this lens, Canon EF mount, and I find that DXO does a good job of removing CA. But, that is just my opinion. Here is a shot at f1.8 with and without CA correction in PL6. Maybe your expectations are different from mine. I have no idea if CA can result from any sort of lens misalignment or not.
Maybe if you could share an example like I have for us to better understand your case.
do you mean ag·gres·sive·ly using all sliders “Purple Amount”/“Purple Hue” & “Green Amount”/“Green Hue” in ACR/LR in “Defringe” Tool ? that is not lens profile application in ACR/LR and such aggressive application will lead to color artefacts elsewhere in the image
that is what I mean globally - w/ your raw sample you need to apply a hell lot of manual fringe corrections ( again - this is not a lens profile work in ACR/LR - so why do you ask DxO to fix lens profile in this case - ask them to provide a tool similar in operation to what ACR / LR has ) to get rid of of Purple/Green on the clock markings - unless you mean something else - it will be nice if you illustrate by a screenshot showing the area fixed and all sliders in ACR/LR “Defringe” Tool
I am running ACR v22.214.171.1249 - how later is yours vs mine and also - please provide a screenshot of your ACR w/ Optics tool and Defringe tool expanded so that it will be clear what I did wrong in my case - because in my case as I tried to illustrate w/ a screen shot above (showing what I did exactly in those two tools - switched profile ON and OFF) Adobe profile does nothing to fix the fringing… so if I am doing something wrong then I need to see what was that I did wrong
PS: unless you again referring to MANUAL correction of that fringing in Defringe tool - which as I tried to illustrate has nothing to do w/ lens profile… if I am wrong - screenshot your ACR like I did to prove your point
well - then you do not have any proof of your claim that Adobe’s lens profile fix anything ( what you posted does not show what you did - your prev. posting seems to be clear that you were using in fact Defringe tool )… my animated gif on the contrary shows that profile application w/o manual correction does not do anything
you have to use a manual defringing tool in ACR/LR - so you can’t claim that DxO profile is worse - but you can say that they are not providing manual fringe correction like Adobe does