I'm using a new (for me) Sigma 150-600mm lens with Lightroom CC.
A single batch of images that I shot this morning (all at the same time, without changing the lens), is throwing up some anomalies in the Lens Correction panel. As far as I can see (and I haven't yet checked all 300 images shot today), the correct lens is identified by LR and a long list of options is provided, when using the lens correction panel with Raw files.
However, when I take the image into Photoshop and bring it back into LR CC and then check the lens information, I get a different result. The lens is not identified correctly. I'm usually told it's a Sigma DG 12-24mm wide angle lens and the choices pop up menu is much shorter (9 lenses as opposed to 75+).
Does anyone have any thoughts on why this might be please.
The expected behaviour when the image returns to Lr from Ps there should be no lens profile attributed automatically or manually to the photo as the profile has already been applied to the raw photo. This is exactly what I see with images from the same lens. When I try to apply to a profile manually Lr lists a series profile options that don't match with the lens. Again, this doesn't matter because the profile has already been applied.
Thanks for the helpful reply.