I import my photos into Adobe Lightroom and, previously, I let Lightroom apply lens corrections automatically on import. I have changed this now, as I prefer to let PureRaw do this. But when they come back into Lightroom, I find that the checkbox for “Enable Profile Corrections” is ticked. I cannot see anywhere in LR Classic preferences where I can tell it not to do this, can anyone advise me please?
How to avoid automatic lens corrections when an image from PureRaw comes back into LR Classic
Why would you want to avoid DxO’s corrections? PureRAW is a primary RAW converter, which should be the first thing that you do to a file. Simply deactivate Lr’s corrections instead.
You can tell Lightroom to not apply any corrections in its import window.
Note: This needs to be done “outside” of a LrC-DPR-LrC cycle, so you need to import a file or sync a folder and set LrC accordingly.
Hello Joanna. You misunderstand : it’s LR automatically applying its corrections when the image comes back in from PureRaw. It’s precisely that I want to use PureRaw’s corrections, and not have LR “correct” an already corrected (by PR) image.
Hello Platypus. I’ve certainly done that for when I import my image from the camera into LR. However, when the image comes back in from PureRaw (which I use as a plugin for LR) there is no import window, so I don’t have that option. Here’s an answer I got from the Adobe forum, which works !
Rather than use your preset during import, you can use it as a camera model default. The procedure is described in this linked Adobe Help document.