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Hi dear, any one can halp me with the isue, my Lightroom automaticaly croping imported fils, and I am do not know what to do because after croping the file, from picture mising lot of details.

I looked on my old row fils they downloading okay, but the fils what I am trying import now are automaticaly croping. 

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RE: Cropped photos- My understanding is this-

Lightroom will consider the Crop Ratio that is set in the Camera (recorded in file metadata) and display a photo with that crop. For example, if the camera is set to 1:1 (square) crop, it will be displayed in Lightroom also as 1:1, but the full sensor data (of the raw file) can be reset in the Develop Crop Tool.

If you images are Importing with a crop applied it is a camera setting.

You should not need to use the Crop tool to 'Reset' all your raw image files to 'full frame' if the camera is set to 'full frame'.

 

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ligtroom automatically cropping RAW fils

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Hi dear, any one can halp me with the isue, my Lightroom automaticaly croping imported fils, and I am do not know what to do because after croping the file, from picture mising lot of details.

I looked on my old row fils they downloading okay, but the fils what I am trying import now are automaticaly croping. 

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RE: Cropped photos- My understanding is this-

Lightroom will consider the Crop Ratio that is set in the Camera (recorded in file metadata) and display a photo with that crop. For example, if the camera is set to 1:1 (square) crop, it will be displayed in Lightroom also as 1:1, but the full sensor data (of the raw file) can be reset in the Develop Crop Tool.

If you images are Importing with a crop applied it is a camera setting.

You should not need to use the Crop tool to 'Reset' all your raw image files to 'full frame' if the camera is set to 'full frame'.

 

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My Row file are automaticaly converted in to DNG files, and i can't understand why.

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"Cropping RAW files"-  Most likely you have set a format ratio in the Camera Menu setup. Check your camera options.

"converted in to DNG" - So you have the [Copy as DNG] option set in the Import dialog. Use the [Copy] option instead.

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Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0.1, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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No not realy, looks i foundet the problem and it was in the croping tool for some reason it was changed, now i am chosed the original fil and I can see my picture in fully:2020-09-09_21-12-39.png

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RE: Cropped photos- My understanding is this-

Lightroom will consider the Crop Ratio that is set in the Camera (recorded in file metadata) and display a photo with that crop. For example, if the camera is set to 1:1 (square) crop, it will be displayed in Lightroom also as 1:1, but the full sensor data (of the raw file) can be reset in the Develop Crop Tool.

If you images are Importing with a crop applied it is a camera setting.

You should not need to use the Crop tool to 'Reset' all your raw image files to 'full frame' if the camera is set to 'full frame'.

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0.1, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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But than you for your help WobertC

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Yes you are right, I am changed my camera settings. And they was for Fujifilm 16:9 Normal+RAF. 

Then Lightroom C. automatically started change my RAW file in to this size image. 

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Top one, you are either applying a preset on import or have defined a default for your camera. Check your import panel for presets. Also reset the camera defaults in Lightroom preferences.

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Thank's but I am ready fixed my problem. 🙂

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