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"Enable Profile Corrections" Seems to Increase Exposure

Joined
Mar 29, 2015
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Lightroom Experience
Intermediate
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Classic
Lightroom Version
LR Classic 9.0
Operating System
Windows 10
I took some pictures with my Sigma 10-20 lense on my Nikon D5300 for the first time in a long time. When I apply "Enable Profile Corrections" it seems to increase the exposure yet there no change in any of the sliders. I don't remember seeing this behavior before. The attached pictures don't show the difference a much as I see on my screen. Screen shots taken using Snipping Tool from the DEVELOP module screen.

I have the setup as DEFAULT. The make and model of lens is correct. The profile selected is "Adobe(SIGMA 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC HSM, NIKON CORPORATION).

The correction for the lens appears to be correct. It's the increase exposure I don't understand.

I've looked through the FAQ and Getting Started as well as quick search through the forum but didn't find anything explaining what I'm seeing.

Any ideas?

Thanks
 

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Enable Lens Profile Corrections will remove any lens vignetting, which with some lenses can give the effect of the exposure being increased.
 
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