Lightroom Classic: How To Prevent Overblown Highlights in Panorama DNGs
I encountered an issue in LR Classic 10.0 with Canon CR3 files produced by Canon EOS R5 camera while stitching panorama with variable exposure (alternatively it might be an issue in processing its own created DNG, not sure here).
Anyway, the original RAW files are without white areas and LR can easily apply a negative exposure to darken everything down.
After creating the DNG this is lost and there are spots that are no longer recoverable.
You can download the original files and the produced panorama here (540 MB in total):
Curiously, this only happens when stitching ALL FOUR images. Everything is ok if stitching just the rightmost two or three ones.
No art, I was just on a scouting trip :) I didn't care much about exposure etc., but still was surprised that this happened.