I changed the way i handle my RAW pictures on the hard disk and since that the lens integrated profiles are not loaded or seems to be not loaded. There is a workarround to fix this.
I uses an Fujifilm X-T2 with XF 16-80. Both are up to date. Es well Lightroom Classic.
The camera option for using the integrated lens profiles and saving them into RAW is enabled.
Integrated lens pofiles worked fine since the following changes:
- moved all pictures to an NAS
- enabled SMART-Preview
- Lightroom Catalog is local on a Win10 Machine
This is the way the lens profiles was BEFORE changes, which was correct.
No it looks like this:
But when switching between imported photos for a very short time it looks like the first picture.
When i do the following then i see that the lens profile is included.
- deleting the Smart-Preview in the top right corner by clicking the button below the histogram
- generating the Smart-Preview by clicking the button again
- using the option:
I think this is a bug. The lens profile may be used but it is not shown correct. As i can not proof if the lens profiles are used or it is only not shown as.
What happens when you change the pull down menu under Einrichten? Is the Calibration changing as well from Current to a previous version setting?
Your screen shot shows this pull down menu on line 3 after the checkboxes.
Ah i missed that.
Workarround from yesterday does not work anymore. I am confused.
There are (3) choices in the drop down menu - change this from Auto to Custom and the in the Marke drop down select your camera make and lens from the list.
No this is not possible as the lens profiles are included in the RAW and lightroom should use this data as it did normally.
You could try to
You could try to
- Install your camera profile in preferences in the Preset tab
I think there is a missunderstanding of the internal camera profiles included within RAW files. Its not possible to select Fuji X System with an lens because the data are allready included in the RAW and lightroom is normally able to read this.
At the moment this is not possible as i today see is also the case with an Fuji X-E2S.
So could someone from adobe can address this as a bugreport searching for a solution not for a workarround?