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I have a similar problem while copying the spot removal tool from one portrait image to another.
As a quick summary of my setup, I currently have .cr2 files from my Canon 70D in a folder along with .jpg files that I generated from the .cr2 files (separate from Adobe). I made some edits to the .jpg with respect to spot removal but I'd like to copy them to the .cr2 in Lightroom.
Well, this has yet to happen. I can copy and paste it but as you tell from the attached images, the spot removal points end up rotating 90 degrees. Copying spot removal in my landscape photos is perfectly fine but I can't figure out how to do it in the portrait photos. I've rotated the source but not the destination photo (in Lightroom), rotated the destination and not the source, rotated both photos, etc. The result is the same every time.
Both Photos appear to be rotated the same in Windows Explorer so I would think the reference for the spot removal points would be the same as well. Can't Lightroom just sense the orientation and act accordingly?
It's an intermittent bug with LR. Has been for ages. I routinely do composites of two shots, shot off tripod. I crop one, paste settings to the other, select both and open as layers in PS and guess what? They're cropped differently, making the composite impossible. So I have to do all my cropping in PS because LR is too buggy. What can you do about it? Nothing. Find a workaround. Situation normal:-|
In Lightroom (latest CC release, 2015.3), I have an original raw image and a TIFF file of that image that has been processed in Photoshop. They are both exactly the same size in pixels.When I crop one of the images and sync that crop to the other one, the crop *does not match*—be it with auto sync or manual sync. The image that gets synced ends up with a tighter crop for no apparent reason.This means I have to try to match the two crops manually by fiddling with the crop rectangle (which is a waste of time and can't even be accomplished with perfection because it is nowhere near precise enough).I remember cropping multiple images like this some time in the past (with previous versions of Lightroom) without issue, so it's a bug that has been introduced at some point.
This has been an issue for several versions. I was hoping the new Classic update would fix but it is still there. Copying and pasting adjustments from or to an HDR image from a standard image often results in crops and local adjustments being applied in the wrong place. Seems like a rotation may be part of the issue. Very annoying and time consuming to work around. Please fix! Thank you.
This bug strikes both crops and local adjustments (both use the same internal representation of image coordinates). To reproduce in LR 7.0.1:1. Select a raw landscape photo and rotate it to portrait.2. Select the photo and export it back to the catalog as a JPEG:3. Go to Develop and crop the JPEG to have a long narrow vertical crop. With the local adjustment brush set to Exposure = 4 and paint a vertical stripe:4. Select the JPEG and do Photo > Develop Settings > Copy Settings and check only Local Adjustments and Crop. Select the raw and do Photo > Develop Settings > Paste Settings. Note that the crop and local adjustment don't occur on the raw in the same place as on the JPEG:
As of Lightroom Classic CC version 7.3 presets with a graduated filter now rotate depending on the orientation of the image.For example. If I create a preset with a grad filter coming from the top of a horizontal image and apply it to a vertical image the grad filter will come from the side instead of the top. This makes presets that utilize a grad filter pretty much useless and inconstant. Can we please get this issue fixed by the next release of Lightroom?Thanks
From the merged thread:I observe screwy but different results:1. Open a raw in Develop.2. Do Edit In Adobe Photoshop CC 2018.3. In PS, do File > Save As, Format: Photoshop. Library thumbnails look like:4. In LR, open the PSD in Develop.5. Use the Adjustment Brush with Exposure = -4 to put a mark (the hand-drawn letters "UR") in the upper-right corner.6. Do Rotate Right.7. Do Edit In Adobe Photoshop CC 2018, Edit Original. 8. In PS, do File > Save.9. Observe the PSD's thumbnail preview in Library is incorrectly rotated from the original raw 180 degrees, with the mark added by the adjustment brush still in the lower-right corner:10. Open the PSD in Develop and observe that it still appears correctly as it did after step 6:11. In Library, select the PSD and do Library > Build 1:1 Previews. The thumbnail remains unchanged.12. Export the PSD to a JPEG and observe that the exported JPEG looks like the PSD thumbnail in step 9.13. Restart LR. 14. Observe that the PSD thumbnail is now correctly rotated right 90 degrees from the original, with the adjustment-brush mark incorrectly in the upper-right corner:15. Export the PSD to a JPEG and observe that the JPEG looks like the thumbnail in step 14.16. Open the PSD in Develop and observe that it incorrectly looks like the thumbnail in step 14:LR 7.5 / Mac 10.13.6.
Updates to Lightroom Classic, Camera Raw, and the Lightroom Ecosystem were released yesterday and contain a fix for this issue. Please install the appropriate update and see if it solves this problem. You can read more about the updates here.