Wed, Jun 1, 2016 6:29 PM
21 d ago
10 m ago
Can we please get a lens profile for the Mavic Mini? With each update to Lightroom I'm surprised that one hasn't already been added, given how popular that drone is.
9 m ago
Tamron 70-180 lens profile works with RAW files but is not recognized with JPEG files.
Requesting that you include a profile for the Canon RF 24-240 lens. Please! :-)
Hello! I noticed that there are available lens profiles for Lomography Art Lenses. However, there are a few missing. We were wondering if it's possible to add profiles for the following lenses in the future?Neptune variable Art Lens System (Canon EF, Nikon F, Pentax K)
- 35mm f/3.5
- 50mm f/2.8
- 80mm f/4- 15mm f/3.5 (fisheye)
Petzval 55mm Mk II Bokeh Control (for Canon R, Nikon Z, Sony E)
Petzval 80.5mm MkII (for Canon EF, Nikon F)Lomogon 32mm f/2.5 (for Canon EF, Nikon F)
Sorry for the long list! I'll be happy to help out any way I can.
Hello! Just wanted to ask how could we help add lens profiles to Lightroom/Adobe Camera RAW/ Photoshop lens list?
Just wondering if Adobe was going to continue making profiles for Samyang lenses on Sony E-mount, and eventually Canon RF and Nikon Z. They seemed to have stopped making them around the Samyang/Rokinon 18mm F/2.8 in 2019. The 75mm F/1.8 launched 6 months ago, and there still isn't a profile available to correct it. Now they've also launched a 35mm F/1.8, which will also need a profile...
I see there still no lens profile correction for the Sigma 85mm dg dn lens for Sony e-mount cameras. I see a profile for 35mm dg dn but not the 85mm. Been waiting some time now for the 85 profile. Really looking forward to getting this. Can someone please put this on the list of lens profiles to create. It is such a great lens - a shame it is getting ignored. Thank you.
Is there a possibility that the lens profile for Venus Lens Laowa 9mm f2.8 Zero-D Fuji X/Nikon/Canon will be added to Lightroom?
8 m ago
When will you be updating the lens profiles for Google Pixel to include the Pixel 5. Right now the list stops with the Google Pixel 3. ☹️
Laowa just released this lens in K mount, would like to get a lens profile for it.
I think the Sigma 85mm 1.4 DG DN lens is currently desperately needed. This is a very popular lens and maybe the currently best 85mm 1.4 for mirrorless cameras, but it suffers from a lot of nasty distortion that definitively requires a lens profile in Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw. Thanks so much! 🙏
There is no available lens profile for said lens in Lightroom Classic (version 10.0, Camera raw 13.0), please provide an appropriate lens profile for this lens, so that I may correct for distortion and vignetting.
I have been waiting for over 10 months to see a lens profile for a $9500 Nikon lens. I have seen new lenses added on each update but never the one I need.Is there a way to get Adobe's attention to this? There used to be a feature request page. Is that gone now?Do I need to repost as an "idea"?
This camera was launched more than a year ago and is currently in version 9. However, adobe parked and only released corrections for up to version 7.
Using version 8 .gpr (raw) files with old profiles produces very poor results. Nor is it also possible to open and upload Raw files to Lightroom Mobile. Only jpg from the Gopro Hero 8 Black camera.
Would anyone have a prediction of when Adobe will make these updates? Thanks
I wasn't aware of this post before but I'll repeat what I wrote in another thread:
In my experience if you take the exact same file into Nikon's Capture NX software, it fully corrects the vignette. The vignette description in the file is just fine and Nikon did a good job measuring it, Adobe just undercorrects for it. I had a long discussion on the support forums where it became very clear that Adobe just doesn't use the vignette information the same way as Nikon does, leading to uncorrected vignette in Lightroom/ACR. Also in Nikon's software, you can easily turn on and off the geometry and vignette corrections, or regulate the amount of correction applied. You can't do that in Lightroom. You simply cannot turn off the corrections using the built-in profile. It applies it NO MATTER WHAT YOU DO! They don't turn off if you disable the entire lens correction panel and there is no setting to get rid of them. All you can do is to hack the NEF file to delete the profile. Also, if for example, you turn off the corrections in camera, Lightroom ignores this setting and still applies the corrections but capture NX doesn't. The built-in profiles should simply be treated in the same way as Adobe profiles. You should be able to turn them off and on and use the sliders to regulate how much correction is applied. I like them completely turned off as the geometric correction leads to loss of sharpness in my ultra wide angle images in the corners and I like the natural vignette of my lenses. I just don't want any automatic lens corrections applied! Others have noted that the vignette correction in Lightroom is not as good as Nikon's and it is hard to fix with the tools in Lightroom.
How can we improve?
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