A lighter strip appears on each image after converting to dng or jpg.

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In the library view, there are some of the cr3 files that don't have the lighter strip  They have a small box at the bottom right saying they are using the "Embedded preview."  But as soon as I look at them in the Develop module, the light area appears as it is going to the high res image.  If I go back to the Library module without doing any adjustments, the flare is not there in the cr3 file. If I do any adjustment, the flight area is now there in the Library Module.

Editing the images makes the problem really noticeable.  Really frustrating.  SA

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A lighter strip appears on each image after converting to dng or jpg.

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In the library view, there are some of the cr3 files that don't have the lighter strip  They have a small box at the bottom right saying they are using the "Embedded preview."  But as soon as I look at them in the Develop module, the light area appears as it is going to the high res image.  If I go back to the Library module without doing any adjustments, the flare is not there in the cr3 file. If I do any adjustment, the flight area is now there in the Library Module.

Editing the images makes the problem really noticeable.  Really frustrating.  SA

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A screen shot showing the problem you are having would help greatly.

Also uploading one of the affected files to a site like Drop Box or the like and then including link to it in a reply so we can download it and load it in our systems.

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Hello, I really appreciate this quick response. The link is to a private
folder on my smugmug.com site. It includes jpg, dng, cr3 images. I
sincerely hope you can find a solution or tell me what I am doing wrong.
thanks, Steve

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There is no link included.

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Your link didn't work. If you can take a screen shot of the problem and save it as a JPEG or PNG, then use your computer to post your response and use the appropriate tool, you can include the screenshot in your message.

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So the question is. "Do you know how to take a screen shot in either Windows or MacOS"?

Do you know how to share, publicly, whatever file you have uploaded to a site like Dropbox?

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The problem is subtle but is much more noticeable when edited in LR C

Flare problem DNG.jpgFlare problem DNG.jpg

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Than edited in what other program?

 

Sorry but I do not see what you are referring to in the images you took a Screen Shot of and included in the post above.

 

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Maybe it is your monitor that is causing whatever you are seeing?

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The images were shot with a Canon R5  with a 100-500 lens. The are saved on the newest Express card as CR3 files and an accompanying xmp file.

The Jpg and DNG files were only edited with the latest version of LrC.

I use an IMAC desktop c 2019 and a Macbook Pro laptop both with the newest OS Big Sur.

Here is an image with a more apparent light area.  Once you've looked at that, the area is the same as in the two images above. light area in edited file .jpg

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Ok NOW I can see what you are referring to.

 

Have you loaded them in any other RAW converter/editor program and can you post a screen shot from that other program?

 

I suspect this is either a problem with the files being created in the camera itself.

 

There are No other post that I have seen about the R5 camera having this specific problem using LrC V10. So that leaves your camera or the card is somehow corrupting the files to show that ligthtened area.

 

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Apparently my old eyes are failing me. If you are illustrating a problem by comparing those two images, my monitor is either failing to display the problem or I simply cannot see the problem.

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Hello Jim, Please take a look at the image of the bird on a rooftop above. 

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another examplehalo on bird in tree.jpg

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I copied a cr3 file from this shoot to a flash drive and then to the desktop on my macbook pro laptop.  I imported them to the latest LrC with no presets and the same problem occured.  The same thing happened when opened in Develop module.  

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Hello,  I was able to  correct the problem by just hitting RESET on the affected images.  I loose my edits, but they will take less time to redo than I've spent problem solving.

I then did an import to the laptop again both with and without the import preset I had used before.  No problem whatsoever.  I don't know of any adjustment I could have done that would cause this problem.  But it looks like user error, not a systemic problem. I'll let you know if the problem recurrs.  Many thanks for jumping on this problem quickly.  A much relieved Steve

 

 

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I'm sorry. What "same thing" happened when opened in the develop module? The screenshot you posted wasn't from Lightroom. Please be specific by showing the problem specific to Lightroom.

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Hi Jim,  here's another eg of a DNG that was converted from Cr3 in LrC.  then exported as a jpg.  Only imported and exported with LRC

Flare extends from mid sky to the lower part of rooftop.jpgFlare extends from mid sky to the lower part of rooftop.jpg

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