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Improvements & Gear

Color Correction – Adobe


Color correction is one of the first things everyone needs to know how to do well. It is an essential step, for both stills and video, to achieve good final results.

Below you will find a link to a list of some free available and helpful video tutorials that explain the basic use of the 3-way color correction in Adobe Premiere Pro and some other color correction methods in After Effects and Photoshop as well.

We hope you enjoy them (the link is dynamic, so the content may change over time).

Check the list of video tutorials by clicking here.

Note: If you are new to this kind of software, be aware that these products are available for Mac or PC in different versions (some products have more than one version or package), and they are also sold as separate products or in different suites like Adobe CS5 Production Premium or Adobe CS5 Master Collection (for Mac or PC).

If you plan to buy any of them, we suggest to carefully check the content of each package or production suite to know if it fits your needs, and also the system requirements for each product.

Thanks to Esteban Aguilera.

Esteban Aguilera

October 25, 2010 Posted by | Articles & Tech Info, Tutorials | , , , , | 1 Comment

Support for Tamron on Adobe products


  • Tamron to release AC for Adobe products
  • Comments



From Tamron Website:


September 1, 2010, Commack, NY— President and CEO of the optical equipment manufacturer Tamron Co. Ltd., Morio Ono announced today the release of their latest offering, an aberration correction function for Adobe Systems Incorporated’s software. The lens profile provided by Tamron will be used to make the plug-in for digital image editing software, Adobe® Photoshop® CS5, Camera Raw® and the function for photo management software, Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 3 ( for supported lens models, please refer to the chart below).

The lens profile will include Tamron’s Di series (lenses for full size image sensors) and the Di II series (lenses for cameras with APS-C size image sensors) and will be used to create a plug-in bundled in the Camera Raw® 6.2 update and the function for Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 3.2. Tamron, utilizing design data, created this profile for image editing software that allows customers to easily correct distortion, chromatic aberration, and peripheral brightness (1) for Di series and Di II series SLR lenses.

(1) The amount and quality of correction depends on the user
Adobe, Photoshop and Lightroom are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporate

Future lenses are expected to also be included in this profile.
For further information, please refer to the Adobe Website at

For more details and a list of supported lenses click here.


The above announcement is great and hopefully the list of supported lenses by all manufacturers will increase over time.

Although it seems there is no support for some lenses like the Tamron SP AF17-35mm F/2.8-4 Di LD Aspherical (IF) (Model A05) which is owned by lot of photographers because it’s a very interesting alternative to some much more expensive and professional lenses (obviously on a different league too) like the excellent and beautiful Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 L II USM or even the mid-range Canon EF 17-40mm f/4.0 L USM.

It would be great and extremely helpful that Tamron also adds support for all their lenses, even if they are not currently in production, since lot of photographers are using them.

Of course you can customize and build your own lens profile using the free Lens Profile Creator (available from Adobe Labs here: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/lensprofile_creator/) but it takes some work that needs to be carefully done.

September 6, 2010 Posted by | Articles & Tech Info, News & Info | , , , | Leave a comment


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