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Sun, Apr 11, 2021 12:05 AM

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Lightroom Classic: Inconsistent application of lens profile corrections - Sigma 14-24 DG DN F2.8

I shoot real estate with the Lumix S5 on a tripod. I control the camera with the Lumix app so I never touch the camera during the shoot, I take sets of images that I later composite. I'm shooting with the Lumix S5 and the Sigma 14-24 DG DN F2.8. When profile corrections are on in LR Classic, the images do not cleanly align when I bring them as layers into photoshop. When I run the auto-align feature, they are never able to be properly aligned. When I turn profile corrections off, I'm able to easily composite these images. So it appears there is an issue with this lens profile. I also have the Lumix GH5 and the Olympus 7-14 F2.8 that I also shoot with that does not have this issue.

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When you say "composite" what do you mean? HDR? Panorama? Something else?

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@Rikk I simply place the identical compositions in layers within photoshop. It's not HDR or Panorama. I create a mask on the brighter image and simply unmask the brighter areas revealing what parts of the exposure I want to keep. Either way, when Lightroom applies the lens profile, it's inconsistent. I can provide raw files and screenshots to show you what's happening. Let me know how best to proceed.

I know this is true because the past few photoshoots I've used jpg instead of raw files. The jpgs align perfectly, every time. However, I don't like the limitations of jpgs and always prefer to shoot raw. 

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Two raw files that will not align would probably be the best with which to start. Can you supply two example files? 

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