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stewarthemley
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« on: November 18, 2006, 03:20:58 AM »
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For the first time for ages I noticed quite severe jaggies (literally jagged diagonal lines) in LR from a 1Ds2 the other day. I Processed the same file in C1, still there but not so bad, and Silkypix3, no jaggies at all.

Also, with shots with very dark areas I see lots - hundreds - of tiny white spots, like dead pixels. I do a lot of theatre and music work and so this is becoming a problem for me with LR. The spots are probably not noticeable on prints up to say 20"x30" but on a huge poster outside a theatre they leap out and bite yer botty. Reducing the sharpening makes them less noticeable but that's not an answer. Anyone else noticed them?
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« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2006, 03:40:22 AM »
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For the first time for ages I noticed quite severe jaggies (literally jagged diagonal lines) in LR from a 1Ds2 the other day. I Processed the same file in C1, still there but not so bad, and Silkypix3, no jaggies at all.

Also, with shots with very dark areas I see lots - hundreds - of tiny white spots, like dead pixels. I do a lot of theatre and music work and so this is becoming a problem for me with LR. The spots are probably not noticeable on prints up to say 20"x30" but on a huge poster outside a theatre they leap out and bite yer botty. Reducing the sharpening makes them less noticeable but that's not an answer. Anyone else noticed them?
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The same happened the other day. The white spots showed up as i was lightening a shadow area.

The jaggies have seem to shown up this last beta release.

I just dealing with it now since its Beta
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« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2006, 04:32:53 PM »
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The same happened the other day. The white spots showed up as i was lightening a shadow area.

The jaggies have seem to shown up this last beta release.

I just dealing with it now since its Beta
I believe these are known issues. I'd double-check in Adoble's forums, but my Internet connection in the general direction of Adobe is really lousy at the moment, so I suggest that you go there and check it out for yourself.
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« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2006, 04:44:10 PM »
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I believe these are known issues. I'd double-check in Adoble's forums, but my Internet connection in the general direction of Adobe is really lousy at the moment, so I suggest that you go there and check it out for yourself.
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Thanks, Jani. I'll have a peep.
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« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2006, 10:23:01 PM »
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Quote from: James DeMoss,Nov 18 2006, 04:40 AM
The same happened the other day. The white spots showed up as i was lightening a shadow area.

Try Raw Developer, it has an Dead Pixel adjuster that works perfect. Super clean
images even better than CaptureOne Pro, works REALLY GREAT with high iso images.
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