This Quick Tip covers the use of Lightroom® 5 to utilize Camera Calibration Profiles, Lens Corrections and the removal of Chromatic Aberrations to achieve a better starting point to process RAW images. Often the RAW images that we import into Lightroom® appear flat and low in contrast making the processing of them difficult and tedious. I have spoken to many people who have abandoned the use of RAW images because of this. Many times I hear that the RAW image in Lightroom® doesn’t look anything like the image that they saw on the back of their camera. Well, this video explains why and how to correct that. This simple three point approach makes the images look more like what you saw on the back of your camera and easier to process in the rest of the Develop Module. This approach also works in the Adobe Camera Raw editor for those people not using Lightroom®.