Lightroom CC: Camera calibration - not profiles, just calibration

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Hello, I would like to ask when the calibration is coming to Lightroom CC? I love CC and I want to use it, but still can't transition from Classic because of the calibration, which makes such a difference on editing.

I'm talking specifically about those controllers:


Here is the picture made in Lightroom CC:


And here is the picture made in Lightroom Classic:


Both are good results, I think, but that last balance of colors, that you cannot get from the colors adjustment, makes a total difference.

By the way, the adjustments were made identical between CC and Classic (besides the calibration).

Please bring the calibration controls to CC and you will have a 100% satisfied customer there :D
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Johan Elzenga, Champion

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Actually, with the new creative profiles, you could save this correction as a new profile (in Camera Raw). After that, you can import it in Lightroom CC and so you could even use it in the mobile versions of Lightroom CC because these now get synced. Here's an explanation of how to do this: https://theblog.adobe.com/profiles-profiles-work-make/
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Can you explain how to create a profile with these settings for RAW files & JPEG? I have spent a full day researching and just need the exact steps to do so. Do I start with a RAW file, DNG or TIF file? Should the profile be Adobe Color, Standard? The person in the video shows the use of LUT files. Do I need to create a LUT file just to do the above camera calibration? Thanks! 
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Matthew Ivory

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I 100% back this request - it is a major element in which the CC version needs to incorporate. A lot of previous presets made in classic version are not 100% accurate in CC.. The answer above about saving the correction in CameraRaw is an extremely roundabout way on what could be a simple fix on just the feature back?

I've never understood why the new CC version (as adobe is trying to push everyone towards it) doesn't just copy the exact same features from classic if it wants to be the "go to" version.. the user interface is excellent, and syncing is a breeze to mobile - but it still in my eyes needs to bring in more features to be the preferred version..
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Jona Ramos

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So true
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Floris van Eck

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Because it is a rebuild, and those take time. It also allows you to get rid of all the bloat (which Lightroom Classic absolute needs since it is very convoluted in many areas).

Basic idea: strip away all features to the bare essentials, and then only add new features based (mostly) on community feedback (what this forum is for and I guess their user surveys that pop-up in the app). And since the application is fully in the cloud and running on mobile and tablets, I guess some stuff also take some time to implement in a cross-platform way. 

Search for what Apple did with Final Cut Pro X versus Final Cut Pro 7 to manage your expectations... only around now (4 years later) the feature set is considered very good and adequate for people willing to adapt to a new paradigm. My gut feeling is that we're going to have a similar trajectory with Lightroom. 
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Martín Marilungo

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100% agree, Calibration panel should be added to Lr CC.