Does the tokina 17mm - 35mm LrC lens correction profile?

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I have the above lens and there are times it shows the lens correction profile and other times it does not show it. How would I get it to show at all times during processing photos? 

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Lens profiles are most often designed to work with raw files. As such, those profiles will not be available to apply if you are working with a JPEG or other non-raw image.

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Lens profiles are most often designed to work with raw files. As such, those profiles will not be available to apply if you are working with a JPEG or other non-raw image.

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Thank you, I tried the RAW which converted to DNG when I import to LrC. The Tokina profile was there. I appreciate your help.

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The DNG file is still a raw file, and the profile will work with the DNG file.

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