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How To Make Creative Profiles In Adobe Camera RAW

To get to grips with the new Profiles found in Adobe Camera RAW, Adobe has put a really useful tutorial together.

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Adobe recently introduced a new update to Camera RAW and Lightroom which introduced quite a few updates to the Profiles system and to help photographers get to grips with Creative Profiles, the Adobe team has put a detailed video tutorial together.

The updates give users six brand-new Adobe Raw profiles, over 40 new Creative profiles and an all-new Profile Browser that lets you quickly compare and select the best profile for your photo. 

This tutorial looks specifically at how you can create custom profiles in Adobe Camera RAW for use in Lightroom Classic CC (version 1.3 and later), Lightroom Classic (version 7.3 and later) and Adobe Camera RAW (version 10.3 and later). 

"Please keep in mind that profiles are very different from presets, and as such, there's lots of stuff that can go wrong while making them. Experiment, have fun, and go slowly," says Adobe. 

The tutorial is around 23 minutes long but it is packed with detail so well-worth a watch. 


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