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How to add a lens profile to LR

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Hi...just wondering if someone smatrter than me can tell me how to add a lens profile to LR..
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How to add a lens profile to LR

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Hi...just wondering if someone smatrter than me can tell me how to add a lens profile to LR..
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Do you already have a lens profile and want to know how to add it, or do you want to know how to create one and add it? Adding in profile is a matter of placing it in the correct folder, creating one is a bit more work. Adobe has an old Lens Profile Creator application. You can still download it (https://blogs.adobe.com/labs/archives/tag/adobe-lens-profile-downloader) but it does not work on the latest MacOS (you do not mention which OS you use).

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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Thx Johan...just want to add one..it does not show me for a Canon 16-36 2.8

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Windows..;)

 

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You probably mean 16-35 f/2.8. All three versions of that lens are supported (https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/kb/supported-lenses.html). Make sure you have a raw file selected, not a jpeg. Lens profiles are for raw files only.

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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once i click on your link i am not sure where to go...can you direct me further..:)

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On which link of Johan's are you clicking on? The one for the list of supported lenses or the Lens Profile downloader?

 

As Noted that lens is already supported, all 3 versions, but you have to have a RAW file not a JPG.

With a JPG file whatever Canon thought the profile should be is added, burnt into, the JPG file itself.

 

2020-06-25 05_32_34-Supported lenses.png

 

 

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