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When shooting with my Leica SL, I often set my crop ratio to square for composition. I the past when I imported my DNG files into Photoshop CC I was able to work with the entire 6000 x 4000 file. And was under the impression that only the JPG was cropped to 1:1.


Yesterday while importing some DNG files into Camera Raw CC Version 10.2 the 1:1 cropping was applied to the DNG even though my file shows 6000 x 4000 px.


Has anyone got any advise on how to retrieve my full DNG file dimensions?


I have found some Adobe plugin for Lightroom CC online to retrieve the crop edges, but do not use Lightroom and prefer Camera Raw for processing my images.


Any help will be appreciated. 

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The underlying raw engine for LR and ACR is identical, so there is no real objection to do the raw development of you image in LR and export to Photoshop, if desired through ACR.

BTW, you did not have "delete cropped pixels" checked in Photoshop by mistake, I suppose?

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Hi Jaap,


Thanks for the reply, Jonathan Slack managed to answer my question. I merely need to use the crop tool to extend the frame to the full 6000 x 4000.

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