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Lens Profiles are applicable to Camera Raw, Lightroom Classic and the Lightroom Ecosystm products (Desktop, Mobile and Web).
Lens Profiles are available for a wide array of lenses. Not every lens is currently profiled and of those profiled not all are profiled for all camera and file types. For example, there may be a profile for a particular lens and camera mount for the raw file but not for the JPEG. Normally profiles for JPEG are not supplied unless the camera does not apply a correction (e.g. iPhone, GoPro).
A complete list of profiled lenses can be found here: https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/multi/lens-profile-support.html#Supported_lenses.
Lens correction for all Micro 4/3 (MFT) lenses and cameras, including Panasonic and Olympus cameras, and other cameras (including Fuji X, Leica Q, plus many point-and-shoot models from Canon) happens automatically without any interaction by the customer.
Note: You should not expect to find any profiles listed in the pop-up notes, because the corrections are always applied.
If you are unsure whether your lens is supported automatically refer to the "info" button/icon on the Lens Corrections tab.
If your lens is not on the supported lens list and is not one of those whose correction happens automatically, you can create your own profiles using the Adobe Lens Profile Creator. Download the Adobe Lens Profile Creator: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/digital-negative.html#resources
If you desire an Adobe-created Lens Profile, please make your request in the comments of this thread and be sure to include the full lens model/description and the camera mount you are desiring. ETAs for new lens profiles are not available.
Keep in mind that lens profiles cannot be made for tilt / shift lenses. There is no way to record the tilt or shift settings in the Exif data. A feature request exists here for Tilt-Shift Lense Profiles: https://community.adobe.com/t5/camera-raw-ideas/p-lens-profiles-for-tilt-shift-lens/idi-p/12221166
Note: The Lens Profile Creator is currently supported for Windows and 32-Bit Versions of the Mac OS.
ETAs are not available for any lens request.
I would be nice if Adobe could support some of the new Canon RF lenses, especially
- Canon RF 70 200 f4 L IS USM and
- Canon RF 14 35 f4 L IS USM
The RF 70 200 f4 is out now nearly one year and there is still no profile.
The RF 14 35 f4 ist new. Because of the strong distortion at wide focal lenght a profile for Lightroom is necessary.
For me as a Canon user, future support for the new RF lenses from Adobe is important!
I would like to add my voice to this request for profiles for these Canon RF lenses.
Canon's RF 70-200 f4 L IS USM and RF 14-35 f4 L IS USM are not obscure, little used lenses but exceedingly popular pro/semi pro lenses part of Canon's f4 holy trinity.
As Patrick said above the RF 70-200 f4 has been available for a year and sorely in need of a profile and any ultra wide lens would need some distortion correction and the RF 14-35 f4 is no exception.
Please urgently consider adding these profiles.
As per the requests from the guys above. I recently went to iceland with the 14-35mm and the images are badly in need of a lens correction filter in Lightroom.
These lenses in Arri PL mount are available to use with the Nikon Z7ii via an adapter. I have a 50mm version. It would be fantastic if lens profiles were available for correcting images when importing to Camera Raw.
I would like you to add Leica Tri-Elmar 28-35-50 Lens 11890
This is for the Lens correction or compensation. This lens is missing from the list.
Also, for TIFF files Leica camera and lenses is not on the list.
Your fellow members in the community site do not work for Adobe, We are not the ones to make a request for change to.
The old website to properly make such a request is currently set to read only and is in the process of being migrated over to the community.
Currently scheduled first of September.
When Adobe finishes the migration, you should see two new modules in the community site, Bugs, and Ideas, you would post your request in Ideas.
If you, on the page you are currently at, scroll up to the top left, you will see Adobe Support Community, click on that,In the page that shows up, change the sort to Alphabetical, then scroll as needed to find Ideas (when it is ready)
I'm wondering why there is still no lens profile in Lightroom for AF-S NIKKOR 120–300 mm 1:2,8E FL ED SR VR - Nikon. It is now over a year since this lens was introduced and I'm missing it. Is Adobe disinterested?
What he said. Please give us a profile for the 120-300mm Nikon.
I have the Samyang AF 85mm F1.4 FE (for Sony) lens.
However, Lightroom Classic does not automatically select the lens profile.
I'm a beginner, so it's hard to set the value manually, so I want to update Samyang's lens profile in the Lightroom Classic soon.
What particular camera?
Oh, and most of us, like myself, are not Adobe employees, and we have no clue as to when Adobe will do anything.
Oh, I was misunderstanding about this community.
Thank you for the information. 🙂
If the lens is the Samyang 85mm f1.4 AS IF UMC, then the profile is installed by default. That being said, the majority of lens profiles are only compatible with raw files, which is the case for the supported range Samyang of lenses. Therefore, if your files are not in the ARW raw format or DNG, then the lens won't even be listed as an option. It's also the case that LrC tends to priorise 'camera vendor' (in this case Sony) lenses over similar focal length '3rd party' lenses. This may be the reason you don't see the lens profile.
For 'third party' lenses, and assuming you are working with raw files, then choose a Sony file in LrC Library grid view that used the Samyang 85mm, then switch to the Lens Correction panel in Develop module.
Next, choose the lens make from the 'Make' drop-down menu, then choose the model from the 'Model' drop-down menu, the 'Profile' field should now be automatically populated with the correct profile. The last step is to select the drop-down menu adjacent to 'Setup', then choose 'Save New Lens Profile Defaults' (see below screenshot). The lens profile should now be the default for the lens.
Fairly sure the OP is refering to this lens:
not this lens:
I was touched by your kind reply. Thank you so much! 🙂
I would also like to request the Canon RF 14-35 F/4 L IS USM
Does anyone know what the lens profile settings should be for the above combination? Also how to set a custom profile setting as currently in LR as "save new lens profile default" is in light grey. Does this change if I put in new manual settings, and if I do that can I rename these settings if I save them? Thanks
Using LR version 10.4 and Win 10
There are currently two profiles for the lens you mention, but neither is intended to be used with of second extender.
Canon EF 200-400mm f4 L IS USM is intneded to be used when lens is in 200-400mm mode
Canon EF 200-400mm f4 L IS USM EXT is intended to be used when the internal 1.4X extender is brought into use.
Typically, any Canon lens with an extenal extender fitted will be denoted by +1.4x III or similar suffix.
I see that at you've also submitted a request for the lens plus external extender on Ideas forum.
Choosing to save a new default profile does not provide any means for renaming the settings.
Yes, I saw those and thank you for confirming my thoughts. Given that the lens has been around for some years and is intended to be used with extenders it is disappointing that Adobe has not yet given the lens profiles. I assume others have requested the same as I cannot be unique! It is also a shame that I cannot even create one manually as I have no idea what the profile should be. Currently using the lens profile for Canon EF 200-400mm f4 L IS USM EXT. Is there a way of adding this via a batch setting do you know as currently having to do one photo at a time. LR saying none at present as cannot identify the combination.
RE saving a new profile: I saw this change from light to dark grey once I had opened "manual" settings. So from what I understand, if I had say 2 or more new lens profile settings I could not name them as to what they are? Is this right? If so another development idea!
Many thanks again
The new Canon RF 14-35mm f4L USM lens is not supported / has no profile across any of the photographic Apps.
Please supply a profile.
I would like Adobe could support the Venus Laowa 9mm f / 5.6; the most extreme rectilinear wide angle currently available.
Is it possible to get a lens profile for a classic: M-mount Leitz Wetzlar Summicron-C 1:2 / 40mm? It's an original lens for the film Leica CL (and has been sitting in my closet for a few decades). It is virtually the same as the Minolta M_rokkor 40mm F/2.
If a new lens profile is not practical does anyone have a suggestion for a different that could be used as a reasonable substitute?
There are some more lens details at: https://lens-db.com/leitz-wetzlar-summicron-c-40mm-f2-1973/
Thanks - David
Please add the Canon RF 70 200 f4 L IS USM, this lens has been out for over a year now. Thx