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Lightroom does not sync properly UPRIGHT settings to HDR merged images

Community Beginner ,
Aug 15, 2023 Aug 15, 2023

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Mac OS 12.6, Lightroom 12.4

when I photomerge to HDR multiple Raw files, I have to upright the resulting HDR image at the end because If I upright prior the multiple images, the obtained image is not Syncronized with them.

For example I fix and Sync multiple images as XOffset +0.8 Y Offset -0.5 

The resulting HDR image will have randomly different settings, (generally inverted) XOffset -0.8 Y Offset +0.5. or maybe not at all any setting applied

This is not a big problem, as I stated earlier, I do the upright to the resulting HDR image.

But Today I ve not been able to synk the generated HDR image to the images used to create the HDR image.

Particularly the HDR image has "Scale" -98  but to overlap to one of the original images, I had to reduce it to -95.

Hope to have explained clearly a very strange bug; does anyone got the same issue?

Thank you to all for any help

 

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LEGEND ,
Aug 15, 2023 Aug 15, 2023

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In the past, and I have no reason to think this has changed, the LrC Photo Merge HDR would ignore any perspective, or cropping, or alignment, edits prior to the merge. And attempting to do so was at best, a waste of effort.

 

Now while the individual photos do not need to be exactly aligned, they do not need to be taken on a tripod, they did have to be at same focal length (might be a little fudge room). But I digress, point is the alignment option in the merge will take care of that. And getting to the point, a merge of multiple shots that are a bit out of alignment, will result in a smaller frame.

 

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Community Beginner ,
Aug 17, 2023 Aug 17, 2023

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Thank you for your replay but all the photos had been taken with the camera on the tripod. Maybe in the future they will fix ths issue.

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Community Beginner ,
May 21, 2024 May 21, 2024

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Just Updated Lightroom to 13.3 version, on Mac Studio/Sonoma 14.3.1 now.

The Bug has not yet fixed: Lightroom does not sync properly UPRIGHT settings to HDR merged images (and vice-versa)

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Community Expert ,
May 21, 2024 May 21, 2024

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Are you syncing an Upright mode from one image to the other, or just specific Upright results along with Transform "adjustments"? Syncing an Upright mode can be expected to re-analyse this other photo from scratch, and when it does so, may identify different edges and thus give different results - even if the framing was otherwise the same. Then Transform controls 'by the numbers' (such as Scale, Horizontal or Vertical perspective) imposed on top of that auto Upright starting point - would be modifying from a different starting point. Also, depending on what has happened with Constrain Crop.

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May 26, 2024 May 26, 2024

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Thank you for your answer Richard,

Yes I do sync an Upright mode from an image to another. The point is that the issue occurs randomly only when syncing from an HDR image to the others of the same stack or vice-versa. 

In that case, for example 

HDR image in the same stack  raw image in the same stack

aspect -8                                     aspect +8

X-OffSet +12                                X-OffSet +12

Maybe I am the only user facing this issue. 

Regards.

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