Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: OT: Strange behaviour with Lightroom Fill Light
- Of course, in Lightroom/Camera Raw there is no such thing as "just
converting from Raw to (say) TIFF." There are many many adjustments,
including the overlay of "Presets" (Lightroom) or "Settings" (Camera
Raw). For example, if you don't explicitly set and save *all* of the
parameters, I don't think there's a good way to predict what the ones
you didn't set/save will be.
If you make only the minimum of adjustments in the Camera Raw settings
(like color temperature), and apply them exactly identically across
all your images, it *seems* that there shouldn't be any obvious
differences among them.
On Jul 14, 2010, at 5:17 AM, Ormar wrote:
> I noticed the problem also. As usually doing many changes, wasn't
> sure what tool is the reason. In multirow pano, when use for
> converting Lightroom or Camera Raw (same engine)some images became
> So I moved for converting Raw files to Capture One. Even much
> slower, it's doing by my opinion better job in colour control and
> highlights area.
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "jrgen_schrader" <panorama@...>
> > Hi folks,
> > recently some guy from a German panorama forum has reported an
> unwanted behaviour when using the Fill Light slider in Lightroom (2
> and 3).
> > Which means that with the same settings there is a huge difference
> in the result on two adjacent images in a panorama.
> > I never observed this effect with my own images but with the two
> he uploaded herehttp://www.sebastianenk.de/Aufhelllicht.zip it is
> > Imagine this in a gigapixel project and you are doomed.
> > Has anybody ever had the same issue or, even better, has a clue
> how to avoid or work around this?
> > Thanks
> > Jürgen
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