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What Does Amount do on the Develop Color Profile Setting

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I was diagnosing a problem with a green hue printed from a B&W preset. The preset chose Profile "B&W 12" with an amount of 50.

Another print used "B&W 10" at an amount of 100 and there was no issue.

I can't find any documentation on what the Amount slider does for Color Profiles and specifically B&W Profiles. Any pointers?

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'Creative' profiles have an Amount slider which can be used to decrease/increase the intensity of the profile.  Note:  it is up to the creator of the profile to define exactly how far the “intensity” can be changed. In other words, you might see subtle or more aggressive changes on a per-profile basis.

And more info might help an answer at-

https://blog.thomasfitzgeraldphotography.com/blog/2020/5/lightroom-creative-profiles-and-why-theyre-not-more-common

Also the .PDF (from the .zip) in this next link gives information about creating your own profiles in ACR and how a Profile made from a LUT can be set with Minimum and Maximum values-

http://download.adobe.com/pub/adobe/lightroom/profile-sdk/ACR_and_Lightroom_Profile_SDK.zip

 

 

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What Does Amount do on the Develop Color Profile Setting

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I was diagnosing a problem with a green hue printed from a B&W preset. The preset chose Profile "B&W 12" with an amount of 50.

Another print used "B&W 10" at an amount of 100 and there was no issue.

I can't find any documentation on what the Amount slider does for Color Profiles and specifically B&W Profiles. Any pointers?

Thanks

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Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

'Creative' profiles have an Amount slider which can be used to decrease/increase the intensity of the profile.  Note:  it is up to the creator of the profile to define exactly how far the “intensity” can be changed. In other words, you might see subtle or more aggressive changes on a per-profile basis.

And more info might help an answer at-

https://blog.thomasfitzgeraldphotography.com/blog/2020/5/lightroom-creative-profiles-and-why-theyre-not-more-common

Also the .PDF (from the .zip) in this next link gives information about creating your own profiles in ACR and how a Profile made from a LUT can be set with Minimum and Maximum values-

http://download.adobe.com/pub/adobe/lightroom/profile-sdk/ACR_and_Lightroom_Profile_SDK.zip

 

 

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'Creative' profiles have an Amount slider which can be used to decrease/increase the intensity of the profile.  Note:  it is up to the creator of the profile to define exactly how far the “intensity” can be changed. In other words, you might see subtle or more aggressive changes on a per-profile basis.

And more info might help an answer at-

https://blog.thomasfitzgeraldphotography.com/blog/2020/5/lightroom-creative-profiles-and-why-theyre-...

Also the .PDF (from the .zip) in this next link gives information about creating your own profiles in ACR and how a Profile made from a LUT can be set with Minimum and Maximum values-

http://download.adobe.com/pub/adobe/lightroom/profile-sdk/ACR_and_Lightroom_Profile_SDK.zip

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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