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Lightroom has Lomo lens profiles!!
Old 10-18-2016   #1
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Lightroom has Lomo lens profiles!!

I just found this out! And so ran a couple of my Minitar 32mm 2.8 shots through the profile. Camera is a Leica M240
A before and after:





And here is the lens on the camera:



I find the size of this lens a relief after using the ZM 35 1.4...
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Forgot to mention the obvious. Do not use this profile if you are going for the Lomo look..
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Isn't this sort of antithetical to the entire spirit of Lomo? I mean, the lenses are bad on purpose, aren't they?
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Forgot to mention the obvious. Do not use this profile if you are going for the Lomo look..
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Isn't this sort of antithetical to the entire spirit of Lomo? I mean, the lenses are bad on purpose, aren't they?
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Old 10-27-2016   #5
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I already have an "art" lens. It's a 3.5/3.5cm Elmar. Blurry edges wide-open, sharper stopped down. Actually, I have an old Practica Domiplan lens that's pretty "art" too, if anyone's interested……..
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