The last update broke support of DNG files from DJI Osmo Pocket camera with portrait orientation (only).
Problem: blue bar on the upper part if the image.
Problem appears in Camera RAW, Photoshop and Lightroom Classic. With previous versions of Adobe products this files renders without problems. Rotation of this images does not eliminates the probleem.
Original DNG: https://yadi.sk/i/TaXVf_Dmx6p1hw
And in attachment screenshot of how it looks in Camera RAW without any adjustments.
Camera RAW 13.0.1 still has this bug.
PS. Apple's Photos app opens and can edit this DNGs without any artefacts
We're sorry for the trouble. Could you please take a look at the following discussion: https://feedback.photoshop.com/conversations/camera-raw-and-dng/photoshop-raw-photos-in-portrait-fro...
Hope it gives you some clarity on this issue.
Yes, that is the same issue. But I doubt it's DJI's fault and wi should wait for update from them. Because other RAW converters shows this DNGs correct. The problem only with Camera RAW.
So you started with a proprietary raw and converted to DNG where?
Or the DNG is straight out of the camera?
What's odd is this doesn't show up (with blue) in Lightroom 5 (or two other raw converters I have that support DNG).
IF I import your image into the latest version of LR, then export as DNG, the blue area disappears. So that seems to indicate whatever converted this into DNG did so with maybe a bug that some applications do not detect but LR does.
Try doing an export as DNG, then import again.
It does not work for me. I tried this and now in the newly generated DNG I see this blue bar even in preview in Finder. And this new DNG opend in Camera RAW (Photoshop) with the same defect. And in Apple's apps it shows correctly.
PS. if you looking at original or exported DNG in Lightroom and it looks normal - just go to the Develop module.
"DNG is straight out of the camera"
It's an issue with the camera. See above, reconverting properly to DNG fixes this blue.
1) no, it does not fixes this. 2) other DNG converters opens this DNG files correctly, so the problem only in Adobe's apps.