I'm taking three identical images - save for exposure - and merging them using Lightroom HDR Merge. Outcome is good re exposure and ghosting, but each one I do has altered perspective from originals. Most of the time the scene gets scrunched up vertically, but some times it is elongated. The originals were taken on a tripod without camera movement and when reviewing you can see that each of them are exactly the same. I've tried changing settings in HDR merge but issue still happening. Can someone explain why this is occurring and more importantly, how to eliminate it from happening.
Using Macbook Pro with OSX 10.10.3 and latest edition of LR CC.
Check if Len Corrections have been applied to the originals. You'll need to do this within the Develop module
I've made no adjustments to the original images.
When using in-camera crop with raw files it is not applied properly with Merge to HDR in LR 6/CC.
I suggest posting a bug report here:
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