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Whenever I use the in camera filters they don't stay on when I upload the RAW to Lightroom. The preview of the image shows it with the ffilter but when I click on it it goes back to normal where there is no filter applied. Please help. 

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There is an import setting that allows you to treat RAW and jpeg as independent files.

Any in camera filters apply only to the jpeg main image. The preview you see for the raw file is a small embedded  jpeg with the camera filter , but when you open the RAW, LR will discard that preview and generate a new unfiltered preview, so if you want the in camera look, you want to open the main full size jpeg.

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