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I have been editing some images from a recent trip and discovered that my raw files seem weirdly damaged  but the Jpegs seem fine.
 

 I have attached screen shots of the same image files both dng and jpeg. They are  from different SD cards which haven't been formatted since i downloaded them. I also copied them straight over from a relatively new card reader and not through any software

 
It has occurred on a lot of files but not all of them, or maybe its not as noticeable on some files.
 
The images are taken on different ISO's from 100 - 2000 and also in both low light and daylight, i haven't added the daylight examples as its not as noticeable so just adding the better examples.
 
I'm using photomechanic to view them and these are just a portion of the image
 
 are these recoverable / ruined..?
 
 does anyone know what has happened..?
 

 

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4 hours ago, quesi said:

did you find the issue?

Well if he didn’t, he’s wasted two years of Q ownership😖
I can see the problem he had.  Strange colour casts on parts of the image.

btw. Does the RAW editing program he’s using correctly support Leica DNG images.

 

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On 1/29/2018 at 9:25 PM, Street said:
I have been editing some images from a recent trip and discovered that my raw files seem weirdly damaged  but the Jpegs seem fine.
 

 I have attached screen shots of the same image files both dng and jpeg. They are  from different SD cards which haven't been formatted since i downloaded them. I also copied them straight over from a relatively new card reader and not through any software

 
It has occurred on a lot of files but not all of them, or maybe its not as noticeable on some files.
 
The images are taken on different ISO's from 100 - 2000 and also in both low light and daylight, i haven't added the daylight examples as its not as noticeable so just adding the better examples.
 
I'm using photomechanic to view them and these are just a portion of the image
 
 are these recoverable / ruined..?
 
 does anyone know what has happened..?
 

 

Are you sure Photo Mechanic will successfully process the DNG’s? I use Adobe LR. 

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9 hours ago, jaapv said:

It appears to me that the raw conversion is all over the place. Try different postprocessing software.

The OP started this enquiry 2 years ago.

he hasn’t been back to the forum since January 2018.

Was it a wind up?   The image content is dubious.    surely it’s sorted by now.  I expect he’s switched to another post processing app, but unfortunately he hasn’t kept us informed.

Moderator.    can the thread be closed?

 

 

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