I've been playing with three images that are .nef camera copies of slides. They are actually three different slides of the same scene shot on tripod and have varying exposure on the original slides. Composition is identical except slightly shifted based on how each slide fit into the slide carrier used for copying. Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, Photomatix, HDR Expose 3, and Affinity Photo all did perfect in-register merges. Nik HDR also did the merge with some out of register.
Aurora 2018 refuses to attempt the merge giving the error that the images are in different orientations. They are all verticals. This does not make me eager to upgrade. Why is Aurora more unforgiving that all these competitors?
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