Why is this foto maximised and the first foto not?
I see the same problem! LR-CC-2015.3 Windows-10
I do notice that all of my images that do not fill the screen cell are of small pixel size.
Perhaps LR will not enlarge an image if the ppi resolution goes below a figure. (as does the Book module warn if below 200ppi)
I can 'Export' the image to the same folder and set the dimensions larger (eg. 1920x1080px) This enlarged image 'copy' fills the slideshow screen ok.
This image has been shot as a Landscape image. That is why you are getting the difference.
If you rotate this image in Library module and make it like a portrait, you will find this image same as the previous images.
Thanks for responding so fast.
I have a lot landscape Images in the slideshow which are shown fullscreen!
That means, that I have to crop the image or how can I convert from Landscape to portrait without changing something how the foto looks like? (I don't want to rotate the picture because then I have to rotate my head to look at it!)
I don't understand why Lightroom is not blowing up the picture until it is touching top and bottom of the screen! This I would expect automatically by lightroom.
My 7 pictures which are shown by slideshow too small have following sizes:
I am following this thread with interest-
landscape and portrait fotos which are shown maximised!
So- what are the pixel dimensions of some of these images?
and are they larger than the 7 'too small" images?
Question for Adobe-
This 'Bug' in the Slideshow module seems to be related to pixel dimensions? But what? 720p?
Any news about this bug?
Yes these are pixels.
Why is Lightroom not blowing up these pictures, as I now have to do manually with each foto?
How to blow up: I used this. Now the slideshow shows the pictures much bigger: Online Image Enlarger