I have a small problem, thats quite easy to see on some darker photos in Lightroom classic. There is a grid of small squares, (appox 1cm) almost invisible. These dissapear when I zoom into the photo or full screen the photo.
I will upload two photos, one with the squares and one zoomed in. Hopefully you can see the difference.
I asume this is either a simple resolution setting or I need a higher resoution monitor.
Thanks in advance for and help.
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To be honest, I can't see the grid lines that you refer to (though I accept that you can). I wonder if it's the same issue as in this post: https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-classic-discussions/grid-lines-show-in-picture/m-p/13478335...
Granted its not easy to see the squares. If you zoom right in on the first photo its quite blurry and u might make out the squares.
Which camera is this?
Thanks - just wondered whether it was a camera with a known problem in this regard.
I have to say that I'm with Jim - I've downloaded the first file, viewed it (not in Lr) at 1000%, cranked brightness/contrast etc. right up, and I can't see the grids either.
Can you see them in the above photo? I can see squares about 1cm in size, and are almost the same colour as the photo itself.
I have though maybe its a monitor issue, but it doesnt make sence for full screen to be perfect quility.