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I cannot find the Camera Calibration Panel on the new Adobe Lightroom. (https://www.slrlounge.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Screen-Shot-2017-08-27-at-4.28.22-PM.png)
I have a few presets that come from the Adobe Lightroom Classic that change the colors on this Camera Calibration.
If I apply one of these presets on the new Adobe Lightroom, I see the color calibration being applied, but there is no way to change it.
Am I missing something?
Sorry that you are having trouble locating the Camera Calibration panel in Lightroom desktop.
Could you please take a look at this discussion https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/camera-calibration-not-profiles-just-calibrat... and let us know if that helps?
"the new Adobe Lightroom."
If you are referring to Lightroom (Cloud based) then the Profile choices are found by clicking the four-squares icon- And you do not get the color sliders to make changes as in Lr-Classic.
The image you have linked is 'old'. It is taken from Lightroom-Classic versions before v7.4.
Lightroom-Classic now has the 'Camera' Profiles at the top of the Basic Panel while the adjustment sliders remain in a 'Calibration' panel.
You can find the calibration option in Lightroom Classic:
Go to Window on the top menu - Panels - then check Calibration.
Now you have calibration under effects.
Yes, you have the 'Panel' here but (since v7.2) it only contains the Adobe Process Version and manual sliders for subtle color adjustments.
The Camera Profiles are now in the Basic Panel.