Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and 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.
If your lens isn't currently supported, you can create your own custom lens profile.
Lens correction for all Micro 4/3 (MFT) lenses and cameras, including Panasonic, Olympus, and other cameras (Fuji X, Leica Q, plus many point-and-shoot models from Canon) happens automatically without your interaction.
To find out if your lens is supported automatically, check the Lens Corrections tab.
Click the Info icon to view more information.
Tilt-shift lenses provide the flexibility to change the optical axis of the lens, changing its optical characteristics at each tilt-shift position. Unfortunately, each position is not recorded in EXIF metadata. This makes building lens profiles impractical because Adobe software has no lens position data to use when indexing individual geometric distortion and vignette profiles within a lens correction profile.
Please note, correcting for vignette or distortion can be done on the Manual tab of the Lens Corrections panel and applied as a preset. Chromatic aberration corrections can be enabled on the Profile tab of the same panel.
You can use the Adobe Lens Profile Creator to create your own custom profiles, if no profile exists for your lens.