Yes, I know I"m likely attempting to beat my head against a wall on this one, but thought I'd ask.
I have LR5.
I recently bought the Canon 11-24L lens.
I really like using the lens profiles for corrections. There isn't one for the 11-24 in my copy of LR5.
Now...awhile back, I found there wasn't a lens profile years back for my Rokinon 14mm, and I did some research found something called Adobe AIR and that along with a program I got form adobe, called the Adobe Lens Profile Downloader, I found a custom profile someone had done and it worked great with LR5.
Well, of course I forgot to take good notes on what I did...I have the apps still installed but not sure how to work them. On the Adobe Lens Profile Downloader, I try to log on with it to photoshop.com. It won't connect. However, if I go directly to the photoshop.com website, I can log on with the credentials I'm using for the app log on...strange.
I see there is also an Adobe Lens Profile Creator....I'm not sure what to do with that, but may try to learn.https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/digital-negative.html#resources
NOW.....with all that being said. Does anyone know of a way for me to find and install a profile for my lens in my current LR5 install....
Or, should I now bite the bullet and buy and upgrade to LR6? I'd thought about it, but held off as that awhile back I was busy with projects, and from what I read, the "upgrade" was not a simple click a button upgrade, but had some steps you had to work through to convert catalogs, etc.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDtK2xyeclY
Per my previous posts, I do not want to go to CC....if LR6 is my only option, then I'll research and figure how to do the upgrade from 5->6....
Anyway...thoughts? Possible strategies?
As always, thanks in advance!!