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Creating an iSO Dependent Preset in Lightroom Classic 9.2.1?

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May 16, 2020

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I am not finding any way to create iSO Dependent User Develop settings in Lightroom 9.2.1.

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I agree with Richard, however, there is another thread right in this forum, see the link below.

I addition there is information from other users that Adobe over the past few years have made specific changes to their default profiles for individual camera models that have automatic adjustments specific to ISO camera setting.

See this clip from another user.

"Actually you should do some testing to see if you really DO need ISO specific presets as Adobe does have specific camera noise profiles which under the hood make ISO specific adjustments for you based on the capture of the image itself. You can still futz around with a text editor but perhaps there’s no need. Best to test this new workflow out with your own images"

My experience with my Camera model, I only own one at the moment, is that the rendition at the ISO settings I normally use are pretty good.

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-classic/lightroom-classic-set-defaults-for-raw-file-import/td-p/10925693 

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Creating an iSO Dependent Preset in Lightroom Classic 9.2.1?

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I am not finding any way to create iSO Dependent User Develop settings in Lightroom 9.2.1.

Was this option removed?

 

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Correct answer by DdeGannes | Adobe Community Professional

I agree with Richard, however, there is another thread right in this forum, see the link below.

I addition there is information from other users that Adobe over the past few years have made specific changes to their default profiles for individual camera models that have automatic adjustments specific to ISO camera setting.

See this clip from another user.

"Actually you should do some testing to see if you really DO need ISO specific presets as Adobe does have specific camera noise profiles which under the hood make ISO specific adjustments for you based on the capture of the image itself. You can still futz around with a text editor but perhaps there’s no need. Best to test this new workflow out with your own images"

My experience with my Camera model, I only own one at the moment, is that the rendition at the ISO settings I normally use are pretty good.

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-classic/lightroom-classic-set-defaults-for-raw-file-import/td-p/10925693 

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LR's method of controlling camera-default settings has changed. The new way to customise initial processing whether varying according to ISO or not, is by saving that in a named develop preset; no longer by setting camera defaults from within the standard LR interface. A given such preset can be associated with a given camera model, as well as of course needing different default processing for Raw and for camera JPG.

 

Adobe offers links to templates, e.g. in this help article https://helpx.adobe.com/uk/lightroom-classic/help/raw-defaults.html, for how such a preset can be given ISO-specific behaviour for some adjustments.

 

Unfortunately that part needs to be carried out using particular syntax within a text editor - not quite 'rocket science', but perhaps not very 'accessible' for some users. The remainder of what this preset does, can be achieved normally.

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I agree with Richard, however, there is another thread right in this forum, see the link below.

I addition there is information from other users that Adobe over the past few years have made specific changes to their default profiles for individual camera models that have automatic adjustments specific to ISO camera setting.

See this clip from another user.

"Actually you should do some testing to see if you really DO need ISO specific presets as Adobe does have specific camera noise profiles which under the hood make ISO specific adjustments for you based on the capture of the image itself. You can still futz around with a text editor but perhaps there’s no need. Best to test this new workflow out with your own images"

My experience with my Camera model, I only own one at the moment, is that the rendition at the ISO settings I normally use are pretty good.

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-classic/lightroom-classic-set-defaults-for-raw-file-import/... 

Regards, Denis: System iMac mid-2015, 5K 27” monitor, macOS10.15.6: LrC 9.3, Lr 3.3, Ps 2020, Camera OM-D E-M1.

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