Lightroom 5 & A7r bug.

Started May 10, 2014 | Discussions thread
Dandrewk Senior Member • Posts: 1,094
Re: Lightroom 5 & A7r bug.

johtuomi wrote:

Dandrewk wrote:

Simply use PTGUI with maximum blending, and all your problems are solved.

No and that has nothing to do with my problem, I know how to stitch and blend and PTGUI blend is not the best, it's ok.

Anyway first develope, then stitch, if you shoot raw. I only shoot raw. And my problem is, that I want those developed equally and that might be LR bug, because it works on captureone.

And for me it's a problem if synchronize settings wont work. Blending does not correct wronly developed images...
I try to find has anyone else found same problem. It does not shown in all LR images, there must be contrast, dark/light variation in pictures, then is come to seen if you sync equally shooted images... so if you adjust image one by one, it works well. I can correct manyually those failed syncs, but it's not what I want.

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From your response, I sincerely doubt you understand the concept of blending within stitching software.  Besides hiding seams, it -should- carefully blend together images with light falloff and color balance etc., to the point of making them blend seamlessly.

With regards to PTGUI, there are several blending plug-ins that will probably work better than the native PTGUI.  Each has several advanced options.  If you had PTGUI and used Enblend, you may be happier with the results.

I have done extensive stitches and never run into an issue that you describe.  I am certain this issue is not anything to do with a "poor Lightroom" bug.

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