I just digitalized 4 rolls of negatives with my new Leica M11. After the conversion in Lightroom Classic, I spotted the NLP profile is missing. This happened to me like a year ago and found out that it was caused by scanning into 64bit. At this time, I have no clue what is wrong. I have the last version of Lightroom Classic, the last version of NLP, old scans from Minolta 5400 are working, as well as scans from Fujifilm X-Pro3.
Have anyone some ideas? Colors without the profile are a little bit washed out.
Thank you, guys.
Looks like M11 support was just added in Lightroom. When new camera models come out, I need to create camera profiles for them.
I’ve gone ahead and made an M11 profile, which you can access here:
To add this profile to Lightroom Classic:
- Download file from above
- In Lightroom Classic, go to “file > import develop presets and profiles”
- Add the profile file you downloaded
After you’ve added it, you will need to “unconvert” any conversions you made while the profile was missing. To unconvert, just select your previously converted files, open up NLP, go to the “convert” tab up top, then select “unconvert.”
Let me know if that works for you!
Holy smoke. That was super fast. Thank you, Nate. I really appreciate it a lot! I owe you.
Thank you and have a great day.