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Aperture 3: RAW photos edited by Sony camera software may appear distorted

RAW photos edited by Sony camera software may not show lens correction when viewed in Aperture. As a result, the photo may appear distorted.

If you edit a RAW photo using the desktop software provided with a Sony camera, the camera software may remove the lens-distortion data needed for lens correction. Photos without this data may appear distorted in Aperture.

To make sure that your imported RAW photos contain lens-correction data, don't edit them using the Sony software. Import them into Aperture first.

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Last Modified: May 12, 2014
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