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Camera Calibration Canon 5D Mark IV

Discussion in 'Lightroom 1-6 for Windows & Mac (perpetual)' started by Ron T, Jan 3, 2017.

  1. Ron T

    Ron T New Member

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    Hi all,

    New in this terrific forum with a question I cannot find the answer to...

    I'm using the latest Lightroom and use the Canon 5D Mark IV with setting of "Fine Detail" as Picture Style opposed to the standard neutral, portrait and so on styles we all know from Canon... When importing, I cannot see the new picture styles in the latest version of Lightroom like "Fine Detail" so I cannot use the same setting sas camera (JPEG) on my RAW's. Any way to add these or am I waiting for an update of Lightroom to come and add these new picture styles?

    Would be great to have them...
    Thanks in advance for your thoughts...
     
  2. JohanElzenga

    JohanElzenga Lightroom Guru Staff Member Lightroom Guru

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    Lightroom CC2015.8 has the new 'Reference View' option, so why don't you try to find an appropriate setting yourself and save that as a preset. Shoot an image in RAW + JPEG, and make sure Lightroom is set to treat RAW and JPEG as separate photos. Then set the JPEG as reference image and try to match the raw image.
     

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