Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

I've had my EOS RP for about a month, so I was thrilled to see the 11.2.1 release that supports it.

When I browse the Camera Profiles, I don't see any camera matching profiles for the RP. Just to be sure, I checked the /Library/Application Support/Adobe/CameraRaw/CameraProfiles/Camera folder on my Mac, and I see the profile for the EOS R, but nothing for RP.

This is my first experience with a new camera that was just recently supported by Adobe. In the past, have camera-matching profiles been made available later? Or can they be downloaded from somewhere?

Thanks for the help!

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Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

I've had my EOS RP for about a month, so I was thrilled to see the 11.2.1 release that supports it.

When I browse the Camera Profiles, I don't see any camera matching profiles for the RP. Just to be sure, I checked the /Library/Application Support/Adobe/CameraRaw/CameraProfiles/Camera folder on my Mac, and I see the profile for the EOS R, but nothing for RP.

This is my first experience with a new camera that was just recently supported by Adobe. In the past, have camera-matching profiles been made available later? Or can they be downloaded from somewhere?

Thanks for the help!

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Re: Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

I have exactly the same issue with my RP, finally able to use Lightroom to process the raw files, but no Camera matching profiles available. From my experience with new cameras In the past ( 5D MKIV, EOS R) as soon as a new Camera has been supported by Lightroom the Camera profiles are available. I hope this is fixed soon as I prefer the camera matching profiles to those of Adobe.

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Re: Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

Same issue here, i hope they will fix it soon, cause i need camera profiles 😕

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Re: Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

It really makes me sad, because I specifically bought the RP to keep those Canon colors, and now I'm stuck using Vintage 1, which kind of gets at Camera  Faithful.

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Re: Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

I copied Canon 6D mark II camera standard profile.

It's not so simple, but it seems working.

1. Install DCamProf

2. Convert Canon 6D mark2 DCP profile to JSON

dcamprof dcp2json "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom Classic\Resources\CameraProfiles\Camera\Canon EOS 6D Mark II\Canon EOS 6D Mark II Camera Standard.dcp" 1.json

3. Edit 1.json file, replace

"UniqueCameraModel": "Canon EOS 6D Mark II",

with

  "UniqueCameraModel": "Canon EOS RP",

4. Convert back to DCP

dcamprof json2dcp 1.json 1.dcp

5. Copy 1.dcp to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom Classic\Resources\CameraProfiles\Camera\Canon EOS RP\Canon EOS RP Camera Standard.dcp

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Re: Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

Hi,

i cannot make this convert with that program. Would you be so kind to send this originally 6d2 to rp converted profile by email? [personal email removed by Moderator] i would send you a 6pack beer:) thank you soo much!@dmitryg49730235

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Hi urbán,

I removed the personal email address as that is very dangerous in open forums such as this. If you wish to send a PM to dmitry, that would be best and safest.

Thank you for understanding.

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Re: Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

This can be fairly easily done in Adobe’s free DNG Profile Editor.

Convert an EOS RP CR3 file to DNG and then open the DNG in the DPE using File>Open DNG Image.

In the first tab, Color Tables, open the Base Profile menu and select “Choose external profile.

Navigate to the desired  6DII .dcp file and apply it.

Go to File>Export EOS RP profile, give it a name like “EOS RP from 6DII Camera Standard” and save it to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom Classic\Resources\CameraProfiles\Camera\Canon EOS RP or to C:\ProgramData\Adobe\CameraRaw\CameraProfiles\Camera\Canon EOS RP or to C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CameraRaw\CameraProfiles

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Re: Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

Has anyone tried creating RP camera profiles on a Mac? I can't get it to work. I tried both dcamprof and the Adobe DNG Profile Editor. I had no problems creating the profiles but in both cases they don't show up in either LR or PS. I don't see any camera matching profiles, just the built-in Adobe profiles.

I copied the profiles to:
/Library/Application Support/Adobe/CameraRaw/CameraProfiles/Camera/Canon EOS RP

I've double-checked that permissions and ownership of the newly created directory and profile files are the same as for the other camera profiles.

Any help would be appreciated!

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EDIT:

I figured out how to make the profiles appear in LR and PS on the Mac. After doing some Googling to see how others added custom profiles, I copied them to

/Users/<username>/Library/Application Support/Adobe/CameraRaw/CameraProfiles

Note that there is no "Canon EOS RP" subdirectory.

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Re: Looking for Canon EOS RP Camera Matching profiles

Following the recipe given by dmitryg49730235 above, I created a full set of Adobe DNG Camera Matching profiles for the EOS RP copied from the profiles Adobe supplies for the EOS 6D Mk II.

I used one of my RP raw images to compare these profiles as rendered by LR with the rendering done by Canon's DPP set to the corresponding Picture Styles. The profiles I made come close to Canon's DPP rendering but are not quite identical. Still, I think they are very usable.

Take a look and let me know what you think:

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If anyone has a 6D Mk II, I would love to see a comparison of Adobe's 6D Mk II profiles with Canon's DPP. Are the slight differences I see between LR and DPP also present with the 6D Mk II? Or are they are caused by differences between the 6D and the RP?

Thanks for the help!

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