Download my Adobe Lens Profile for Pentax 10-17mm Fisheye lens

After a few hours of trying, I finally got my first basic lens profile for the Pentax 10-17mm Fisheye zoom! For testing purposes, I took this shot of my bathroom (high contrast and with a few straight lines). Check out the before/after below:




De-Fish 177/365

Visit the flickr pages for a full size version to check for chromatic aberrations. It has done a fairly good job (these are the default settings). Vignetting is under control, there’s only some fringing in the very extreme contrast parts and the lines are beautifully straight! I haven’t had any luck with the other de-fish options out there and I can’t wait for this to be in Lightroom 3!!!

I uploaded the profile here:

It’s a basic profile with 3 zoom settings. I found that it’s good enough for what I currently need it for. I might add more later if time permits. Note: It is the profile for the K200D. Not sure if it can be used for other bodies or if it needs to be remeasured?!


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I've always been interested in all kinds of art because I felt the need to express myself in many different ways. I paint, draw, create 3D models, motion graphics & designs of all sorts, play guitar, love photography and whatever else is in between... I was born in Hungary and lived in Hungary, Germany, Australia and the UK for a number of years. I speak German, English and a little Hungarian (I'm working on improving that one again!).

2 thoughts on “Download my Adobe Lens Profile for Pentax 10-17mm Fisheye lens”

  1. I’m renting this lens over the next 3 weeks to use in the Alps on my K-7.
    Will give you a heads-up when I return.


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