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Lightroom Canon RP Profile does not load in Photoshop

Jan 21, 2020

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I recently purchased a Canon RP and took it right away on a trip.  I just came home and did some basic edits in LR CC (choosing an Adobe Color Profile) but when I went to open it in PS (21.0.2) the image was very blue and flat.  When I converted to DNG the image opened as I had seen it in LR.  Any idea what is going on here?

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EOS RP File open in LR Adobe Color Profile chosenEOS RP File open in LR Adobe Color Profile chosenSame Image opened from LR into PS.  It looked the same in Camera RawSame Image opened from LR into PS. It looked the same in Camera RawImage converted to DNG and opened in PSImage converted to DNG and opened in PS

I found the answer.  I don't know how to delete this, so I will elaborate, and if anyone has a full spectrum converted camera might be able to learn from my mistake.  When you convert the camera to full spectrum, in order to see visible light you need a hot mirror filter.  I made DNG profiles for my infrared filters but not for the hot mirror.  The heavy cyan cast was from the hot mirror.

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Lightroom Canon RP Profile does not load in Photoshop

Jan 21, 2020

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I recently purchased a Canon RP and took it right away on a trip.  I just came home and did some basic edits in LR CC (choosing an Adobe Color Profile) but when I went to open it in PS (21.0.2) the image was very blue and flat.  When I converted to DNG the image opened as I had seen it in LR.  Any idea what is going on here?

Here are the images:  

EOS RP File open in LR Adobe Color Profile chosenEOS RP File open in LR Adobe Color Profile chosenSame Image opened from LR into PS.  It looked the same in Camera RawSame Image opened from LR into PS. It looked the same in Camera RawImage converted to DNG and opened in PSImage converted to DNG and opened in PS

I found the answer.  I don't know how to delete this, so I will elaborate, and if anyone has a full spectrum converted camera might be able to learn from my mistake.  When you convert the camera to full spectrum, in order to see visible light you need a hot mirror filter.  I made DNG profiles for my infrared filters but not for the hot mirror.  The heavy cyan cast was from the hot mirror.

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I found the answer.  I don't know how to delete this, so I will elaborate, and if anyone has a full spectrum converted camera might be able to learn from my mistake.  When you convert the camera to full spectrum, in order to see visible light you need a hot mirror filter.  I made DNG profiles for my infrared filters but not for the hot mirror.  The heavy cyan cast was from the hot mirror.

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