I'm seeing an anomaly when using Camera Raw within Ps CS6. The image below shows that its like a box within a box. This is not in the original images, nor is it a result of stacking the images. The boxes become more pronounced when applying more 'Clarity' in Camera Raw, but never goes away totally. The image below has the Clarity turned way up so you can see what I'm seeing, but even turned way down, it is still visable but faint.
Has anyone else seen this, or know a solution? I need the clarity to bring out some of the finer detail of the corona.
The last version of Camera Raw compatible with Photoshop CS6 is version 9.1.1. It would be interesting to compare a conversion with the latest version which is Camera Raw 9.12. There will be no more enhancements, improvements or updates for Camera Raw for Photoshop CS6.
The version I was given with Adobe Cloud Photo was version 9.12.
This really doesn't answer the question to my issue, but thanks none the less.
Well now I'm really confused. If you are using the Creative Cloud, why are you using Photoshop CS6 instead of Photoshop CC?
Sorry... you are correct. It is PS CC.
I had some NEF's loaded on a Google Drive. Let me copy some of the RAW's and I'll provide the link to your directly to your adobe email account.
Also, would you mind sharing your Workflow Options (e.g. color space, bit depth, etc.)?
A screen shot of the Workflow Options dialog should suffice.