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  1. When I keyword in LR5 and upload them and go to manage them, I find all my keywords are gone. Am I missing something, or doing something wrong? I upload to the Live News feed, and they show there. Thanks for the help.
  2. I recently upgraded from LR3 to 5 but when I started looking at my latest batch at 100% before submitting to Alamy, I discovered a little gotcha. The Enable Lens Profile option used to set all the lens corrections including chromatic aberration, but in LR5 there is a separate tab for CA and this is not ticked by default when the lens profile is enabled. So I had to go back to square one and re-process the lot. I thought maybe ticking the CA removal option and then selecting the Setup->Save Lens Profile Defaults option on the Profile menu would then have the CA option ticked for future images but this doesn't seem to be the case. Does anyone know how to have the CA option on automatically whenever the lens profile is enabled? Alan
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