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Lightroom uses the make and the model of the lens to filter the list of displayed profiles, as determined from the EXIF data or selectable from the drop-down lists, as well as the file type (RAW or JPEG). you can see (and edit, if you are adventurous) these parameters n the .lcp files, i've successfully used a profile created for JPEG for my RAW's. (this, of ...


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Skin tones vary wildly, so going by the numbers can only get you into the ballpark at best. At some point, you are going to have to learn to eyeball things (where "eyeball" is understood to be a subjective process carried out on a calibrated monitor so that you have at least a reasonable expectation that what you see on the screen is living in the same ...


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If you wait until late in the process to change camera profiles, what Adobe is really doing is going back, converting the RAW image using the newly selected profile, and then applying all of the adjustments to the newly created image (using the new profile) that you had made to the older image created from the same RAW file using the previous camera profile. ...


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The profiles are necessary in the conversion process in order to make the colors look "correct". There are multiple profiles to choose from (and user can make additional ones) in Lightroom, because sometimes more accurate rendering is needed and sometimes more pleasant rendering is preferred. And some profiles are designed to match picture styles of the ...


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I've published a plugin recently which does what you are looking for: http://www.lightroomfocuspointsplugin.com It currently works in Lightroom 5, currently for all Canon + Nikon DSLR, additional cameras will be added in the future. Works on Mac and Windows. Hope it helps.


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Move the files within Lightroom's interface, rather than from the operating system. After you've moved the files, open Lightroom, right click on the folder you moved in the catalog (should have a question mark) and select Update Folder Location. You can also save edits to RAW files to XMP sidecar files or use DNG/TIFF files and have the edits stored in ...


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You can have your original Image stored on your NAS Location, while your catalogue is on your local harddrive. If your NAS is not available, you can still search for your pictures, and if you have created Smart Previes, also edit them. The key is, you should have both locations available inside Lightroom and move the files within the application. That way ...


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This bug has been fixed from version 5.3 onward. You can download the latest Windows version here. You can download the latest Mac version here.


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1) I have never seen any official information, but various people close to the LR development team indicated at numerous occasions that LR is internally using color space that they named Melissa, which has gamut of ProPhoto RGB, but different gamma. 2) No devices support entire ProPhoto RGB, but many, especially modern inkjet printers, exceed sRGB and even ...


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Fix the OS-level color management settings, following these instructions.


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Apparently this was the result of an improper OS-level color management setting. Following these instructions fixed it!


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So your key problem is a good way to organise your photos. I don't understand why you want to organise your library off-line. I'm sure Lightroom don't allow structure-changes while the folder is off-line. If I was in your position I would: Switch on "write changes to XMP-Files" (Cataloge settings) - just in case you get some issues with your catalogue ...


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Why would doing this manually take a lot of time? Place a camera on a tripod at a fixed place. Put down two pieces of tape to define the front and left side placement of the box. This will ensure that all boxes have the same orientation and left most starting point. Place each box on the mark and take the photo. This is far easier than trying to adjust ...



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