Lightroom: White Vignette in corners of HDR image

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Every time I try to create HDR photo from vertical photos I get white vignette around corners in finished photo. From horizontal photos I don't have any issues. The problem only occurs when using portrait raw files with Photo Merge> HDR and the  tamron 70-200 A009E Canon profile. If I switch to any other Tamron profile, for example tamron 70-200 A009N, the issue is gone.
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ruslan kalnitsky

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Posted 3 years ago

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Steve Sprengel, Champion

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The Canon version of the profile file is missing a critical piece of information that trips up the HDR DNGs but not the CR2s. 

Specifically, the Canon profile doesn't have an stCamera:SensorFormatFactor="1" attribute on each rdf:Description tag which seems to be needed, because if I edit the profile and add this attribute then the profile doesn't show white vignetting:




It's unclear if the other two tags are needed or not.  The profile isn't automatically detected, probably due to the lack of a LensID attribute, but perhaps Tamron on Canon cannot use this.

Here is a list of all lens profile files as of ACR 9.5.1 & LR 6/2015.5.1 that have no stCamera:SensorFormatFactor attribute on the rdf:Description tag.  I have emboldened the one profile we're discussing, here, but the rest may also have the same vignetting problem in an HDR DNG:

c:\ProgramData\Adobe\CameraRaw\LensProfiles\1.0>grep -d -i -c "SensorFormatFactor" *.lcp > \sff.txt
c:\ProgramData\Adobe\CameraRaw\LensProfiles\1.0>grep ":0" \sff.txt

.\Apple\iPhone (Apple 3.85mm f3 3G).lcp
.\Apple\iPhone (Apple 3.85mm f3 3GS).lcp
.\Apple\iPhone 4 Back Camera.lcp
.\Apple\iPhone 4.lcp
.\Nikon\NIKON D300S (Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-70mm f3.5-4.5G IF-ED) - RAW.lcp
.\Samsung\Samsung EX1 - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Olympus\OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. (Sigma30mm1.4 ) - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Olympus\OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. (Sigma70-200mm2.8 ) - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Pentax\PENTAX (Sigma_18-200mm_F3.5-6.3_DC_OS_HSM) - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Pentax\PENTAX (Sigma_200-500mm_F2.8_APO_EX_DG ) - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Sigma\SIGMA DP1 - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Sigma\SIGMA DP1S - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Sigma\SIGMA DP1X - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Sigma\SIGMA DP2 - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Sigma\SIGMA DP2S - RAW.lcp
.\Sigma\Sigma\SIGMA DP2X - RAW.lcp
.\Tamron\Canon\Canon (TAMRON SP 70-200mm F2.8 Di VC USD A009E) - RAW.lcp
.\Tamron\Canon\Canon (TAMRON SP 90mm F2.8 Di MACRO VC USD F004E) - RAW.lcp
.\Zeiss\Sony\SONY (Zeiss Touit 1.8_32) - RAW.lcp
.\Zeiss\Sony\SONY (Zeiss Touit 2.8_12) - RAW.lcp


The first two lines show the greps that were done to first count then filter for count-of-zero.  I have removed the :0 count from the end of each filename in the list before posting, here.
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Thanks, Steve! I have confirmed that this fixes the bug. 

We'll have it fixed in a future release.