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In some circumstances, exporting the image will work. The exported image will usually be lower-quality than the original, as this is how smart previews are stored by Lightroom. However, sometimes, the images will not be exportable even with a smart preview. In these situations, you should go find your smart previews. Note: This will only work if you still ...


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Picture(s) edited within the camera are changed from DSC to CSC.


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Store with does not mean store inside; what it means is to store them w/in the folder structure where the catalogue resides. It also does not move/copy the user presets that already exist, it only stores new ones there; if you want currently existing user presets to be copied there, then you have to move them manually. It does copy default LR presets to w/in ...


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There is a free plugin already available for this purpose. Here is the link to in GitHub. Seems quite popular with 217 stars. This allows one way save of photos from Lightroom to Google Photos.


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Michael, There is a profile that matches the sRBA profile that Adobe has problems with. They say use Prophoto.icc and again that poses some problems. A guy took the profile and reworked it where it does not have the problem and renamed it MelissaRGB.icc or you might find MelissaRGBD65.icc. I have used it for several years with only one or two interfaces ...


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You can't directly export particular rules from one smart collection and apply them to other. But you can do a bit of hand work and accomplish it. Here is what the file exported from the smart collection looks like: s = { id = "598429D7-9AC3-46EB-84DF-438BE32EFFC4", internalName = "all", title = "all", type = &...


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For most uses, the standard color profile for your camera ("Adobe Standard") should be sufficient. However, you may prefer the look of one of the other profiles for specific images. According the the SpyderCheckr (Windows, Macintosh) help files: It is recommended that the "Adobe Standard" option be selected in the camera profile popdown ...


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If you are working with raw files I would expect the camera standard or camera neutral profile to be the most accurate. I suggest starting with those profiles and taking measurements/readings from the color checker to see what comes closest. If neither of those are close, then try some of the other profiles. If none of the profiles are close enough, then ...


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Not sure if this is an option you have already tried or not, but this might help speed things up for you. In the Library module, choose the "Attribute" filter option from the filter bar across the top, and you can choose the "unedited photo" filter ... that will then show all the unedited photos in that folder. Once you've got them all ...


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Modern iPhones produce HEIF files, but aside from that, this question is just RAW vs JPEG in disguise. The attraction of RAW is mostly one of potential. Potential to eke out a few fractions of a percent more "quality" from an image. Potential to reprocess images in the future using improved algorithms. Potential for heavy editing with high color ...


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