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Adding profile to LR CC on iPad - How to?

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New Member
Mar 20, 2016
New York City
Lightroom Experience
Power User
Lightroom Version
Lightroom Version Number
LR CC for iOS - most recent update
Operating System
  1. macOS 10.13 High Sierra
  2. iOS
I generally use LR Classic however will be using LR CC on my iPad during a three week trip to Norway. One of my cameras (Fuji X-T1) has been converted to infrared and I've made a custom profile for it using the Adobe DNG Profile editor. Had no trouble uploading this profile to LR Classic on my Mac, but cannot figure out how to do this on LR CC on the iPad. Is it possible? Any guidance much appreciated - red photos are pretty hard to evaluate
Bad news Adele... it's not possible (yet, at least).
Bummer! I'll try the WB adjustments and see what happens. Thanks so much for your speedy reply, Victoria
As John says, the latest release that has just gone live can now sync presets and profiles to the cloud! :) The only catch is you can't upload them from LR Classic to the cloud. You have to import them into the LRCC Windows/Mac app, which will then sync them to the cloud, making them available on your mobile devices.
I'm really excited. Is that a bit much? :eek:
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