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Can’t choose lens profile in Lightroom CC on iPad/iPhone

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Jan 23, 2019

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Have a Sony A7R and manual Voitghtlander lenses. No lens data is included in the files from the camera.

In Lightroom CC on desktop I can choose the profile I want manually. On iOS I can’t. All I can do is toggle a switch to ‘enable lens correction’ which does nothing because there is no lens data in the files.

If I have imported on the desktop version and apply the lens profiles there, the changes obviously sync to iOS. Then I can toggle the correction on and off, but I can’t make adjustments to it.

After recently switching to An iPad Pro for all my photography needs, having to wait for the sync then apply lens profiles on a desktop, then wait for them to sync back before carrying on working in the iPad is my only remaining pain point.

Will this be fixed/changed sometime so I can continue to float into the future on my fluffy cloud of raw files? Or am I just missing something?

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Can’t choose lens profile in Lightroom CC on iPad/iPhone

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Jan 23, 2019

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Hi

Have a Sony A7R and manual Voitghtlander lenses. No lens data is included in the files from the camera.

In Lightroom CC on desktop I can choose the profile I want manually. On iOS I can’t. All I can do is toggle a switch to ‘enable lens correction’ which does nothing because there is no lens data in the files.

If I have imported on the desktop version and apply the lens profiles there, the changes obviously sync to iOS. Then I can toggle the correction on and off, but I can’t make adjustments to it.

After recently switching to An iPad Pro for all my photography needs, having to wait for the sync then apply lens profiles on a desktop, then wait for them to sync back before carrying on working in the iPad is my only remaining pain point.

Will this be fixed/changed sometime so I can continue to float into the future on my fluffy cloud of raw files? Or am I just missing something?

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Jan 28, 2019

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I have the same question, I have a Laowa manual lense that i need to have the Venus Laowa lense profile on my Ipad. I only work on Ipad.... Please help with this.

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Sep 26, 2019

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Have you found any solution to this yet? 

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Sep 26, 2019

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I found a “workaround”, I created presets on a computer with several lens profiles (several for each manual lens, with more and less corrections), and named them accordingly to how much correction I had used. And when I am working on a image on my IPad I chose one of the presets I made for the lense I shot the image with. It works perfectly!! Should be easy for adobe to do something like this also.....

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Jun 30, 2020

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hi there and thank you for your tip , how do the presets connecr from the computer to ipads lightroom.

 

thank you for your time,

 

Alex.

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