Camera Profile RAW import not working

Feb 14, 2020

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Having gone through Edit / Preferences (Windows O.S.) and made Camera Settings the default RAW import option, Lightroom does not keep those settings for all imported photos. Some photos are imported with Camera Settings, but some (no apparent rhyme or reason) change the photo back to Adobe Standard and I can't see why. Any suggestions? THANKS.

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Feb 15, 2020

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https://lightroomkillertips.com/february-2020-lightroom-classic-adobe-camera-raw-and-lightroom-cloud...

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"My recommendation for anyone who currently uses a custom default setting is to create a Develop preset that does the same thing. Meaning select an unedited raw photo from the camera with the custom default setting, and click Reset (before updating to this new version). Any settings still applied are part of your custom default setting. Note which settings are included. Then create a preset and only check the boxes in the Create New Preset dialog box that correspond to the settings you want to include in your custom default. Name this new preset something obvious (like Custom Default) so that you can easily find it when you want to configure it on the Preset panel of the Preferences after you update to 9.2.

When you create your custom default preset you can leave Treatment & Profile unchecked if you want to let it pick a profile based on your in-camera picture style choice. However, if you want to always use a specific profile then you’ll want to include that in your custom default preset by first selecting it in the Basic panel and then checking Treatment & Profile when creating the preset."

 

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