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Legacy Lenses Discuss the use of older lenses, using adapters, from the Olympus OM system, Leica M and R-series, and the millions of others too.

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Old 30th June 2016
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Lightroom and older lenses

Many of you may do this already but I thought I would post this link on dealing with distortion and chromatic aberration in Lightroom on old lenses.

http://theartofphotography.tv/episod...-focus-lenses/
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