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Export Lightroom 6 to Skylum Luminar and Camera Profiles?

russellsnr

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Hi, If there is anyone using L/R along with Luminar can you tell me if once I set a camera profile in L/R ( cannot see another software outside Adobe that allows user camera profiles to be set) will that profile be carried forward when I export to Luminar? Thankyou, Russ.
 

LouieSherwin

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Hi Russ,

This will entirely depend on how the image is exported. If you export as a TIFF or JPG then the camera profile and all other develop settings will be "baked" into the RGB of the exported file. If on the other hand you export as an original raw or DNG this information may be available in the metadata. It is unlikely, however, that Luminar will recognize this and even if it does the results in Luminar will almost certainly be different from the result seen in Lightroom.

-louie
 

russellsnr

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Hi Russ,

This will entirely depend on how the image is exported. If you export as a TIFF or JPG then the camera profile and all other develop settings will be "baked" into the RGB of the exported file. If on the other hand you export as an original raw or DNG this information may be available in the metadata. It is unlikely, however, that Luminar will recognize this and even if it does the results in Luminar will almost certainly be different from the result seen in Lightroom.

-louie
Hi, Many thanks for your reply. Russ.
 
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