. . . well, perspective control. Having a in-camera feature that cures keystoning better than the usual software manipulation has led to some excess on my part. I shot only the 28mm SL all day, and only with perspective control switched on. Out in the wilderness it’s not necessary. In a city with vertical lines in every scene, it’s addictive.
Trouble is, ipadOS has no non-subscription software that can read the corrections from a raw file as I assume LR and C1 can. So I have to shoot jpegs. And in harsh light like some of today’s outdoor shots, I’d like to have raw files to work with.
Oh, well . . . can’t have it both ways.