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Can the Profile be used in a filter?

Jim Leask

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Lightroom Classic version: 8.4.1 [ 201909111355-eb9b68f0 ]
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Many of my images have the wrong profile. They are "Camera Neutral V2", but I want them to be "Camera Standard V2", as that better matches the what the camera does for it's JPG images, and is typically a better colour for my camera.

In the filter bar, I can select my camera from the "Camera" list, but the Profile isn't there. The related "Treatment" is though. Is it possible to select the Profile, as this would allow me to quickly find all images that have the incorrect setting.

BTW - I have subsequently reset the default so the correct Profile will be used on import.
 

Jim Leask

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There's probably a reason you didn't do this, but how about select all for that camera and just sync the change over all the photos?
I thought about that, but since I have already colour corrected many of these, without detecting I should have first set the correct Profile, if I change it now without reviewing it I may change photos I shouldn't. I'd like to see what needs it first. I'm surprised the Profile isn't in the Filter when everything else seems to be.

[Edit] I did in fact do the sync for the photos I had recently imported incorrectly, and it worked fine. I'm reluctant do to it for many of the photos I have incorrectly set from previous months, and even years.
 

Jim Leask

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Any Filter does have the Profile! It seems a bit clunky to use compared to the built in filter, but at least it is possible. Once I get used to Any Filter it will likely be just fine though, and probably useful for many other searches. Thanks for the tip.
 
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