LIGHTROOM 6.1 - Bug in Lens correction after copying settings from other image (steps back to unaligned image, no new analysis possible)

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Hi,

I'm processing my stereoscopic image pairs with Lightroom 6.1 an discovered a problem with the lens correction. Let me first describe my workflow for better understanding:
I'm working with three different rigs consisting of pairs of Canon G15s, S95s and S110s. First I develop the left image, then I select the right one and appy the settings of the previos image. If I do geometric corrections on architecture images (lens correction), I also perform a re-analysis of the right image after applying the development settings of the left one to assure optimal alignment.
Yesterday I took some night shots with my newly build S110 rig. There were some images where a lens correction made sense, so I first selected the checkbox for using lens profiles. If I do that for the S95 or the G15, the correct profile is selected automatically, for the S110 I had to select "Canon" manually from the list to make Lightroom apply the profile.
After that I selected "Auto" and the image I was working on was corrected very well. Then I selected the right image and applied the development settings from the previous image. But as I clicked the button for re-calculating the lens correction to make sure it was done in an optimal way, because stereoscopic images always have a slightly different perspective, the picture switched back to the uncorrected version and the button for the new analysis (don't know how it's called in english) was still highlighted. It showed no reaction on clicking again.
The images look well aligned if I just copy the settings from the left to the right one, but the behaviour of the re-analysis-button (however it is called in english &128521;) seems to be a bug, and it would be great if it could be fixed!

You can download a pair of test images at www.traumnarben.de/download/test_imag...
to reproduce the behaviour.

Best regards and thank you for your attention,
Christoph





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Christoph Müller

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