Enable lens profile corrections

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Oct 21, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

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Where is the "nested profile tab of the lens corrections tab" located? 

 

 I can't find it anywhere. I have camera raw 13.0.2. 

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Oct 21, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

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Click on "Optics" on the right hand side.

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Oct 21, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

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As shown in the image I posted, nothing appears when I click on optics. 

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Oct 21, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

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@Deleted User wrote:

As shown in the image I posted, nothing appears when I click on optics. 



Try now clicking on those little triangles so they point down. What do you see?


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Oct 22, 2021 Oct 22, 2021

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Looks like from your screenshot your using the Camera Raw filter in photoshop under Filter>Camera Raw, which doesn't have Lens Profile corrections. For that you need to use the Camera Raw you get from File>Open in photoshop or Bridge>Open in Camera Raw.

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Oct 22, 2021 Oct 22, 2021

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"For that you need to use the Camera Raw you get from File>Open in photoshop "

 

What do I click after File>Open?

 

Thanks, 

L. 

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Oct 22, 2021 Oct 22, 2021

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The issue is whether you're working on a raw or a renderd image like a TIFF or JPEG. 

Photoshop simply can't open a raw itself, it needs ACR to render that and in ACR you can apply the lens correction. 

Photoshop can process a rendered image in ACR as a filter and no lens profile. 

So what is the data you're working on; raw or rendered? IF raw, it has to open in ACR and there, you can use the lens profile. 


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Thanks! Now I know why. 

 

On the same topic of lens profiles, does the Canon EOS R, Canon RF 24-105mm F4 L IS USM lens profile work for Canon EOS R5's as well or only for Canon EOS R's? This is the only lens profile which I see when I select for R5's. I posted this question not long ago, but have not recieved any replies. 

 

Thanks, 

L. 

 

 

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