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Lightroom not showing different images in set

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Windows 10 Pro 64-bit PC, Lightroom Classic 9.2

It seems like a couple years ago there was a period where Lightroom didn't show differences in images (previews?) from a set.  I can't find the discussion, and I can't remember what the fix was.

I just ran a set of images through Helicon Focus and had it send .dng files back to Lightroom.  I processed the images using 8, 9, 10, and 11 originals in the series so I could see more precisely where the blur occurred.  They all look exactly the same in Library in loupe view and at 1:1.  I discarded the 1:1 previews and recreated them and the still look the same.  I switched to Develop and they look the same there too.

I opened Bridge and looked at the .dng files and they're very visibly different.

I RERAN the stacking by exporting the images separately - 8, 9, 10, 11 and processed them and saved the .dng files.  Didn't make any difference.  In Lightroom I'm not seeing any differences in the views.

I even EXPORTED jpgs from Lightroom and looked at those in Bridge and they're all the same.

So, how do I get Lightroom to give me views that show each of the images accurately the way Bridge is?

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Lightroom not showing different images in set

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Windows 10 Pro 64-bit PC, Lightroom Classic 9.2

It seems like a couple years ago there was a period where Lightroom didn't show differences in images (previews?) from a set.  I can't find the discussion, and I can't remember what the fix was.

I just ran a set of images through Helicon Focus and had it send .dng files back to Lightroom.  I processed the images using 8, 9, 10, and 11 originals in the series so I could see more precisely where the blur occurred.  They all look exactly the same in Library in loupe view and at 1:1.  I discarded the 1:1 previews and recreated them and the still look the same.  I switched to Develop and they look the same there too.

I opened Bridge and looked at the .dng files and they're very visibly different.

I RERAN the stacking by exporting the images separately - 8, 9, 10, 11 and processed them and saved the .dng files.  Didn't make any difference.  In Lightroom I'm not seeing any differences in the views.

I even EXPORTED jpgs from Lightroom and looked at those in Bridge and they're all the same.

So, how do I get Lightroom to give me views that show each of the images accurately the way Bridge is?

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At the below post a similar issue was fixed by rebuilding 1:1 Previews, which you say doesn't help. Did try viewing them in the Develop module at 1:1 Zoom view?

https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-classic/image-not-correct-after-coming-back-to-lightroom-un...

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Yeah, that was the one...  Interesting that almost 2 years later the problem is still there.  I just confirmed that if I discard the 1:1 previews, then go into Develop, then display the images at 1:1 the DO show the differences.  But going back to the library they DON'T show any differences.

So, if I follow the right sequence I can see what I need to as long as I'm in Develop.

 

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