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Diagonal pixel shifting after auto-aligning layers

Explorer ,
Jun 10, 2024 Jun 10, 2024

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After a photoshoot I used a series of six photos made from the same spot, which I wanted to auto-align, to make sure thay match, before I start masking out details I didn't like.

 

The auto-aligning worked absolutely perfect, until I started zooming in on one of the photos. I then noticed in five out of six photos a large amount of diagonal pixel shifting throughout the frame. Only the lowest layer wasn't affected by this pixel shifting.

 

Below a fragment of the base layer (not affected):

L-Foto 1 copy.png

 

And this is the same fragment of one of the top layers, after the auto-align:

L-Foto 2 copy.png

The shifting is clearly visible in the hard edges next to the orange arrows, and you can see the shifting goes through the entire frame..

I also attached the high-resolution screenshots.

 

After repeating the auto-align on the original layers I noticed the same results, so it's not a one-time error.

 

Anyone else ever experienced this?

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- Windows 11

- Photoshop 25.9.0

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Jun 10, 2024 Jun 10, 2024

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Yes it has come up before and it is not unusual to have to nudge a layer slightly after auto-align.

 

Dave

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Hi Dave,

 

unfortunately this is not about nudging a layer to make it align perfectly with the underlying layer(s).

 

The second image in the orginal message is from one of the top layer, after auto-aligning, which creates a large series of diagonaly shifted pixels. Thus the shifting is caused by the 'Auto-align Layers'.

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