Anyone notice a rendering problem?

Mt Spokane Photography

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Since you are using various Canon lenses, the DLO setting will not be a factor. I was just mentioning that because it does happen.

I can't think of another reason, I have used several different lenses with my R and no problems.
 

JoTomOz

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Nov 21, 2018
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I finally discovered the issue- auto lighting optimiser! In DPP when you view raw files it shows you them with this turned on (which is the default camera setting) and I hadn’t realised it. The naked raw files are fine. I guess something to keep on mind if you only shoot jpegs.
 
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I finally discovered the issue- auto lighting optimiser! In DPP when you view raw files it shows you them with this turned on (which is the default camera setting) and I hadn’t realised it. The naked raw files are fine. I guess something to keep on mind if you only shoot jpegs.
Wow - that's weird. So, it only happens in DPP?
 

JoTomOz

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Wow - that's weird. So, it only happens in DPP?
JPEGs out of camera are affected no matter what, but I thought the raw files were messed up too because I only quickly looked at them in DPP- which lets you toggle on and off auto lighting optimiser- and with it turned off they look fine. In photoshop the raw files look fine by default.