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#21 Cerianthus

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Posted 10 August 2016 - 11:04 AM

download the DNG editor ffrom adobe. Run the program (no installer). Pick a DNG file with your normal base profile (or export a DNG from one of your normal raws). It will export with your normal camera profile.

 

open the |DNG in the editor. go to the color matrices tab. use the bottom tint slider (white balance calibration) and set it to whatever you need.

go to the menu and save the profile. It will automatically select the proper folder for your profile. At the next startup of Lightroom, it will be there.....


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#22 jmauricio

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Posted 18 August 2016 - 07:52 AM

cheers



#23 jannatul18

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Posted 07 September 2016 - 02:23 AM

download the DNG editor ffrom adobe. Run the program (no installer). Pick a DNG file with your normal base profile (or export a DNG from one of your normal raws). It will export with your normal camera profile.

 

open the |DNG in the editor. go to the color matrices tab. use the bottom tint slider (white balance calibration) and set it to whatever you need.

go to the menu and save the profile. It will automatically select the proper folder for your profile. At the next startup of Lightroom, it will be there.....

Thank you so much, it was needed for me.







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