Here my feedback, although I had explained it in another thread. Better to have all together, to compare.
- Shoot the white shading with a diffusor/opal in front of the lens /Shoot your image(s)
- Import the files
- activate the "Shading Mode" ---> the file(s) in the contact sheet can then be marked as "White Shading"
- mark the white shadings in the upper left "click-box" (see screenshot 1)
- this marked "white shading" file will be applied to all following images in the contact sheet, UNTIL ...
- .... another file is marked as white shading, which will itself be applied to the next following files, until ...
- ... and so on ...
- drag these files in any folder of your choice ---> it will create new DNGs with the shading applied (or one can export and create then TIFs or JPGs with shadings applied)
The process/feature, when activated, greys-out the files selected, puts a "separator" between the files having a different shading file applied, making it an easy visual control. Files can be de-selected, if for example one does not want the shading to be applied to a particular image included in the sequence.
In addition to this, there is another feature, the "Vignetting Correction" tool, which can be applied at the same time, when the shading process takes place, with different strength: NONE, 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% (see screenshot) 2.
IMO a very workflow orientated "Shading" tool, which saves hours of work, since it is batch-processed and automatic, on as many files one wishes.
Edited for Addendum: the shading tool obviously works tethered and un-tethered
Correcting color casts when wide angle lenses and/or
lens movements are used with technical cameras.
Wondering how each brand differs in use:
-Sinar's white shading
Would users and reps describe their procedures and opinions, please?
-Sinar now has vignetting control as well.
Thanks in advance for any replies.