Hm, I am very, very frustrated. I just got myself Canon EOS R6. While I worked via Lightroom and I don't see the color profiles for this camera. I saw somewhere mentioned I need to download, and I didn't find. I have been searching for more than an hour. What a waste of a lot of my time. Where can I find? Please?
What is your software, version and OS and version? The Canon R6 should be supported by now with current software.
Opps! Sorry ... Lightroom Classic (stand alone), version 6.14, and Window 10, version 21H1.
Camera matching profiles do not exist in Lr 6.14. They were added years later in Lightroom Classic (subscription )
The Canon R6 is not supported in Lr6.14, of you are talking about RAW files. You would need at least Lightroom Classic v9.4, and any camera matching profiles (they are camera specific) would not exist in LrC for that camera until this release.
So, I assume you are talking JPEG files. Camera Matching profiles are for RAW.
Third party plug-ins for profiles might exist on the web, but they would be for RAW, and may or may not work on ancient Lr6.14.
If you are converting from RAW to DNG before importing into Lr6.14, hmmm, perhaps third party presets.
Oh, come on!!!! Really?!? I don't support the subscription because they just wanted us to keep spending our money. Ridiculous!!
First up, I did have a error in my reply, so I have struck thru that first part.
But as for Adobe supporting Lr6.14, not going to happen.
Incidentaly, had Adobe not gone subscription, had Lr7 and later been perpetual, then Adobe would have still not supported v6, you would have to pay for the v7 upgrade, eventualy 8, then 9, etc, and at that point your R6 would be supported.
I don't understand why Adobe not listening to us who aren't happy with Adobe's decision. I am one of them that I am not very happy. This is not right!! What part they don't understand? Yeah, greedy!!
Could it be you are the one who is greedy? You want new features in new software that you never paid for. Everyone who now has those new features has had to pay for those features, but you want them for free. That is not right!! What part don't you understand?
Face it, the subscription has pissed off a few people, but has been a huge money maker for Adobe and so the pissed off people are quite a small minority. Adobe isn't going to change.
Me, greedy? Ha! Big corporations like Adobe are the problem. You know that.