I don’t want you to think that camera calibration is something everybody must do. In fact, most people will never even try a basic calibration, because they don’t notice a big enough color consistency problem to worry about it (and that’s a good thing). However, in every crowd there’s always one, right?
Here’s a quick tutorial on the basics of how the Camera Calibration panel works in Lightroom. Open a photo; then go to the Develop module’s Camera Calibration panel, found at the very bottom of the right-side Panels area, as shown in Figure 1. (If Adobe thought you’d use this feature a lot, it would be near the top of the panel, right?)