Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and the Camera Raw plug-in include numerous lens profiles, which you can use to correct common lens aberrations such as barrel and pincushion geometric distortion. Most lens profiles also correct for vignette, where the corners of an image appear darker than the rest of an image. See below for tips on working with lens profiles, as well as a list of the lens profiles currently included with Adobe products.
For information about working with camera profiles, see Work with lens profiles in Photoshop, Lightroom, and Camera Raw.
To find a lens in this list, do one of the following:
- Press Ctrl+F (Windows) or Command+F (Mac OS) and search for a lens by name.
- Browse by lens manufacturer:
Apple | Bower | Canon | Dji | DxO | FED | Fujifilm | Google | GoPro | HandeVision
Hasselblad | Helios | Huawei | Leica | Lensbaby | LG | Lomography | Mamiya
Minolta | Mitakon | Moment | MS Optical | Nikon | OOWA | Parrot | PENTAX | Phase One
Ricoh | Rokinon | Samsung | Samyang | Schneider | Sigma | SLR Magic
Sony | Tokina | Tamron | Venus Optics | Voigtlander | Yuneec | Zeiss
Tip: If your lens isn't currently supported, you can create your own custom lens profile.
* Lens corrections for the SIGMA dp1, dp2, and dp3 Quattro cameras are for JPEG images only.
** These lens profiles were released previously but were updated in 3.3/6.3 to address quality concerns.
*** This lens profile is an update in 3.6/6/6.
**** These existing lens profiles were updated for slight quality improvements in Camera Raw 7.3 and Lightroom 4.3.
***** This lens was updated in 4.4/7.4 to improve image quality.
****** Lens aberration corrections for these lenses are built in and automatically applied by Camera Raw and Lightroom.