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Lightroom mobile gridded aberration on photos

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Oct 31, 2018

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So I had a photo in Lightroom mobile I was going to post to Instagram. After I saved it to my camera roll and posted I realized the image had this awful gridded aberration almost as if I had taken the photo through a window screen. I finally found a work around which was to “export original” as opposed to “save to camera roll” from the lightroom mobile app share button. That completely gets rid of the grid. But does anyone know why this is happening? I’ve included a link to the photo in my google photos app so y’all can see what I’m talking about.

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Lightroom mobile gridded aberration on photos

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So I had a photo in Lightroom mobile I was going to post to Instagram. After I saved it to my camera roll and posted I realized the image had this awful gridded aberration almost as if I had taken the photo through a window screen. I finally found a work around which was to “export original” as opposed to “save to camera roll” from the lightroom mobile app share button. That completely gets rid of the grid. But does anyone know why this is happening? I’ve included a link to the photo in my google photos app so y’all can see what I’m talking about.

Shared album - Michele N Manco - Google Photos

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