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L'objectif NIKKOR 24-200 /4-6,3 monture Z pour Z6 -2 n'est pas reconnu pour les corrections d'objectif avec Lightroom et Photoshop .Y a t-il une mise à jour de prévue ?
There is partial correction automatically applied from within the NEF file. Adobe has acknowledged this issue, see here: https://feedback.photoshop.com/conversations/camera-raw-and-dng/camera-rawlightroom-lens-profile-requests-and-information/5f5f45a84b561a3d4258a112?commentId=5fd128f7b5962575127fc699&replyId=600050899d724d58356abf0d
2 m ago
Canon RF50 f/1.8 STM - "The Nifty Fifty" on Canon EOS R5 - Any plans when it will be available?
Please add lens profile for Viltrox AF 24mm F1.8 FE for Camera Raw and Lightroom.
Hello to all,
when can we expect the lens profile for the tamron 17-70 Sony E-Mount ?
with kind regards A. Vogt
When will adobe add the new Samsung S21 series lenses to Lightroom?
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I have a camera Nikon Z6ii and the lens Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70mm F4 S.
I don't find any Profile Corrections for the above lens, not in Lightroom nor in Photoshop.
I have the latest version of Lightroom 10.11 and camera raw 13.1.
When this profile will be included in Lightroom and Photoshop?
These profiles are built in and Lightroom and ACR used the built in lens profile. Note the ”built in” listed as the lens profile.
Request lens profile for ACR for Venus Optics Laowa 17mm F1.8 MFT lens.
While trying to use the Lens Corrections panel, I could not get the system to recognize my either my Fuji X-T3, or its 10-24 lens. After communicating with tech support, I learned that neither of these are supported by LrC. In fact, NONE of my Fujifilm lenses are listed as supported items. Why is this?
The X-T3 lens profiles are embedded in the raw files and applied automatically:
You can't disable that. See here for more details:
And the actual X-T3 has been supported since 8.0:
1 m ago
Looking/waiting for Canon RF 70-200mm f/4L IS lens profile.
Look here for the answer to your request.
It is Built In.
Ah... I see that now. Thanks!
Can yo please provide a Lightroom profile for the Nikon Micro-NIKKOR 55mm f/2.8 Lens?
It has almost zero distortion and vignetting. What purpose would a profile serve? There's nothing to correct.
Plus there are no electronics in this lens so the lens info isn't stored in the EXIF data. Lightroom wouldn't know you were using it.
In sensitive applications, such as negative scanning a profile would make a huge difference as the vignetting is very perceptible. I am applying other profiles now, but they are not perfect. See: https://forums.negativelabpro.com/t/orange-bleed-at-edges-of-scans-need-help/1125
I know I could set up a Flat Field Correction, but I am lazy to do that every time I need to scan.
"In sensitive applications, such as negative scanning"
That is a SCANNER PROBLEM and has nothing to do with that lens and a lens profile wouldn't help.
Lightroom won't know that you are using that lens. Do you really think that Adobe is going to create a profile for a 50 year old lens?
The lens is an old design yes, but is still being produced and sold: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/36984-USA/Nikon_1442_Macro_55mm_f_2_8_Micro.html
As a matter of fact this lens is one of the sharpest lenses ever made by Nikon:
The lens is the scanner together with a digital camera, it is called DSLR Scanning, google has more info on it.
It's not on Nikon's website: page not found. You are still ignoring that Lightroom won't know you are using it (no electronics in the lens) and that there's nothing to correct.
It is on Nikon's website: https://imaging.nikon.com/lineup/lens/f-mount/mf/micro/micro_55mmf_28/index.htm
Lightroom has profiles for plenty of manual focus lenses, including a number of Nikon AIS lenses, except for this one. These profiles can be manually selected in the Lens Corrections tab under the Develop module.
As I said before, the tiniest distortion is very visible in Macro applications such as negative scanning. Please read the links I posted above for more info.
LrC might already have a profile for that lense BUT it is only available for RAW files, NEF's, from certain Nikon cameras.
It would not be available for JPEGs or TIFF files from a scanner. Not even a Nikon negative/slide[positive] scanner.
As already mentioned the Nikon Micro-NIKKOR 55mm f/2.8 Lens when stopped down to F5.6 or smaller aperture has about 0.1 EV vignetting and virtually 0 (zero) distortion (see below test report). I've been using a scannerless film copy setup for years and Mark Segal and I wrote an article on our workflow procedures that may be of interest (see below link). If you can't read the article (member only) you can use the below Dropbox link, which also contains assets for further review.
The first suspect root cause of your vignetting is the light source being used. I found it necessary to use an opaque white diffuser between the light source and the film holder to get even lighting over the full frame. I'm using a Canon 430EX II SpeedLite with its 14mm diffuser in place and fixed ratio setting to control light output (see below picture). There's more information in the article.
I am looking for a Samyang 20mm f1.8 Canon lens profile. Any chance to get it into Lightroom via the next update? Or any suggestions for an already included alternate lens profile?
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Victoria Bampton a.k.a. The Lightroom Queen
Author of Adobe Lightroom Classic - The Missing FAQ and Adobe Lightroom - Edit Like a Pro books.
This lens is not recognized in LRC when i import the files from my R6. can you indicat when this wil be fixed?
24 d ago
Hi Team, I recently bought Samyang FE 35mm f1.8 lens and also purchased Lightroom cloud 20GB storage plan . I dont see lens profile for above mentioned lens yet .
Need your help to add the profile for Samyang FE 35mm F1.8 lens and confirm.
20 d ago
I looked through the available Lens Profiles for Samyang Lenses. Unfortunately the Samyang 10mm/f3.5 XP (for Nikon F) is not listed. Are there any plans to include that prime and popular Lens in the Profiles? Esp. for architectural photographers this would be of great help and really appreciated.
Thankyou very much!
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