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Using Camera Profiles in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC 7.3 / ACR10.3 and later.

Q: How to create and use camera profiles in Adobe Lightroom.

Using Camera Profiles in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC 7.3 / ACR10.3 and later

If you have updated to Adobe Lightroom Classic Creative Cloud 7.3 and Camera Raw 10.3 the ColorChecker process has changed slightly. Camera Profiles in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC can be found a the very top of the Basic panel. Users can access profiles through the “Profile Browser.” In previous versions of Lightroom, you would scroll down to the Camera Calibration panel in the development module to locate your custom profile.

Using Camera Profiles in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC 7.3 and later:

Note in the upper left-hand corner of the window a progress bar shows that the profile is being created. During this process, the RAW file is processed to a DNG file. Next, the ColorChecker Classic is found and the software lines up each of the targets 24 colours. Finally, it evaluates what the file has recorded and creates a camera profile that allows RAW files shot on the camera to display as accurately as possible, ready for processing once the camera profile is applied.

Here is Where the Difference Begins

Once the profile has been created the plug-in will report that it’s finished. Next, Lightroom should be shut down and restarted. Any profile created while Lightroom is open cannot be seen until the program is restarted.

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