« on: May 22, 2012, 12:23:03 PM »
One fantastic feature Canon rolled out with DPP without much hoopla is the Digital Lens Optimizer (DLO), which IMO is one of the biggest reasons to shoot RAW, as it does not work for JPEG.
The venerable 85L II has tons of color fringing at f/1.2, and even stopped down to f/2.8 there is substantial amount. First photo is f/2.8 shot with sharpening set to 0 in DPP, no DLO applied. These are ~400% crops.
I have tested similar results with 50L as well, which argues for sticking with Canon branded fast lenses since DLO only works for Canon lenses.
C2.8S0 by drjlo1, on Flickr
Second shot is same settings, sharpness 0, with DLO applied at 60 (out of 100).
C2.8DLO60S0 by drjlo1, on Flickr
Why not turn DLO on in your 5D MK III and take a jpeg shot?? Your post processing a raw converted to jpeg seems like you are trying to distort the facts.
This is about in camera jpegs. The lens profiles you need can be installed in your camera in a process similar to that used for DPP.