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X Above Images I HAVE JUST DOWNLOADED OFF MY CAMERA

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I just downloaded 60 images off my camera.  When I checked them to make sure they would open Ok, etc. I found that 49 of the images had an X just above the image.  11 of them did not.  All the images I checked opened Ok, but I did not check them further.  Usually I delete images off my Flash card just as I soon as I know they are on my computer, check them for opening and back them up.  In this case I am going to leave the images on the flash card until I know they are OK.  I am a long-time use of Adobe Photoshop, but am certainly not an expert.  I am posting a screenshot of what the X looks like above the images.  This is only the 2nd time this has happened.  The first time was about a month ago with some images I had scanned from 35mm slides.  Would appreciate any input.  Thanks much.

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X Above Images I HAVE JUST DOWNLOADED OFF MY CAMERA

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I just downloaded 60 images off my camera.  When I checked them to make sure they would open Ok, etc. I found that 49 of the images had an X just above the image.  11 of them did not.  All the images I checked opened Ok, but I did not check them further.  Usually I delete images off my Flash card just as I soon as I know they are on my computer, check them for opening and back them up.  In this case I am going to leave the images on the flash card until I know they are OK.  I am a long-time use of Adobe Photoshop, but am certainly not an expert.  I am posting a screenshot of what the X looks like above the images.  This is only the 2nd time this has happened.  The first time was about a month ago with some images I had scanned from 35mm slides.  Would appreciate any input.  Thanks much.

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That screengrab isn't from Photoshop is it?

What do your images look like in Adobe Bridge?

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Thanks for getting back.

The screenshot was made of some of the images which were in a folder I use to process them in Photoshop. I had opened some of the images in Photoshop and they looked good. Photoshop was open at the time I did the screen shot.

The images look fine in Adobe Bridge.

I had not, however, opened the images and gone through all of the camera data, etc., which will be in FILE INFO.

I just opened an image off of Bridge. Then I went through all of the FILE INFO. Of course, there isn’t much there because I haven’t processed the image. However, the Raw Data for an image in FILE INFO looks complete.

As far as I can tell the images are all good. I’m just concerned as to how the Xs are getting there and why. I down loaded over 200 images off this same Flash Card the other day - no X’s.

Again, thanks for you response. Maybe you’ll have the answer I’m hoping to get.

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