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    Lightroom query - synchronised settings different outcomes

    Hello.

    I recently took some photos, planning to stitch them together after some post-processing of each in Lightroom. Problem was that when I compared them, I was getting different exposures after processing but they were the same pre-processing.

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    The settings are in the screen shot above. Can't work out which one is not synchronising right across the images - any thoughts?

    Saying it in a different way - two images taken with manual exposure, same exposure pre-processing, different exposure after post-processing is synchronised... don't know how!

    Thanks in advance.

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    Stitch the raw images first then process the whole pano as one rather then pre processing.

    Unless of course there is an ev variance between the shots, then you need to look at balancing them first.

    At least that's how I do it. I'm sure others will disagree.
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    My wild guess might be the "Point Curve" if there is different amounts of highlights and shadows in each frame.
    But do agree-
    Stitch the raw images first

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