Export photo with Iso Coated v2 from LR

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Is there any way of exporting a Raw Picture from LR with following profile: Iso coated v2.

If yes: how to?

if no: is the only way to do it changing the profile in PS?

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The conversion must be done in Photoshop.   Lightroom doesn’t provide custom profile options when exporting, just standard RGB color spaces. You can export to a custom profile in Lightroom Classic, but the profile name you mentioned sounds like a CMYK profile, and Lightroom Classic doesn’t support CMYK profiles. So that won’t work either.

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I'm not the most technically up-to-date person, have never claimed to be. What type of profile is it that you are referring to? As you are probably aware, if you are attempting to export a raw image as an original from Lightroom there is no choice at all for profiles. If you are exporting JPEG then you can choose one of the RGB settings or a display profile, but that is it.

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The conversion must be done in Photoshop.

 

Lightroom doesn’t provide custom profile options when exporting, just standard RGB color spaces.

You can export to a custom profile in Lightroom Classic, but the profile name you mentioned sounds like a CMYK profile, and Lightroom Classic doesn’t support CMYK profiles. So that won’t work either.

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It is a CMYK profile, as Conrad says, converting in Photoshop is the best option.

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thanks so much for your help!

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