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My lens disappeared from "Lens Corrections" model list

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May 30, 2020

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Hello there

I have a Sigma 30mm f/1.4 lens that I have been using about a half year now. For editing, I have been using Lightroom Classic and since I was using this lens, there was always an option for it in the "Lens Corrections" menu. But today, I sat down to edit some of my photos and then I suddenly saw the wrong lens chosen in the list. So I wanted to correct it and I realised, that it wasn't there. I searched on the internet for the list of the supported lenses in Lightroom Classic and my lens is there listed too. 

Thanks for your help.

Simon 

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Correct answer by Per Berntsen | Adobe Community Professional

Are you shooting jpg? Lens corrections are applied in the camera for most lenses for jpgs.

So there are much fewer lens profiles for jpgs than for raw files.

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My lens disappeared from "Lens Corrections" model list

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Hello there

I have a Sigma 30mm f/1.4 lens that I have been using about a half year now. For editing, I have been using Lightroom Classic and since I was using this lens, there was always an option for it in the "Lens Corrections" menu. But today, I sat down to edit some of my photos and then I suddenly saw the wrong lens chosen in the list. So I wanted to correct it and I realised, that it wasn't there. I searched on the internet for the list of the supported lenses in Lightroom Classic and my lens is there listed too. 

Thanks for your help.

Simon 

Smør_0-1590868796588.png

 

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Correct answer by Per Berntsen | Adobe Community Professional

Are you shooting jpg? Lens corrections are applied in the camera for most lenses for jpgs.

So there are much fewer lens profiles for jpgs than for raw files.

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Are you shooting jpg? Lens corrections are applied in the camera for most lenses for jpgs.

So there are much fewer lens profiles for jpgs than for raw files.

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May 31, 2020

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Nah, I almost never shoot jpg, this time neither

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May 31, 2020

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I just remembered that I made a picture the day before in jpg and I totally forgot to set it back to raw. So yeah, that explains the missing lens. Kinda funny, because I didn't notice anything when I was editing the photos. Yeah, my bad. Thank you very much for the tip!

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And if instead of Custom, does Automatic help?

 

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No, unfortunately not, nothing happens

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