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    Lens correction creates an unwanted "glow"

    When developing my RAW photos today, I discovered a strange glow next to faces and tracked it down to the use of the lens correction option.
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    The lens is a Nikon 18-200 on a D300. Has one else discovered any strange behavior with the lens correction option?

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    It's a bug which has already been identified, and Adobe say it will be fixed in the 4.1 Final.

    http://forums.adobe.com/message/4380573#4380573
    http://feedback.photoshop.com/photos...ns_corrections
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    Good to know. Thanks Jim!

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