Hello, new community member here.
Afforded myself an EOS RP w/ standard 24-105mm kit lens.
After downloading DPP4 and working a few basic editing features, I notice once the the spinning loading indicator at the right bottom corner is finished images are jumping back to being blurry.
Initially RAW image (CR3) is looking sharp and brilliant, adding sharpness as the spinning wheel gets smaller.
Once the wheel (loading indicator) stops, image flips to a blurred version of it.
This happens independetly from whether I make any adjustments or not.
Suggestions for solutions appreciated.
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It seems that I have resolved the situation. Re-installed DPP 4.14.
I also deleted the batch of file transfers from my mac hard drive and copied them anew from camera SD card.
Doing so I noticed, the previous transfer from SD card to HHD may not have been fully completed.
The circular time clock in Finder didn't show fully loaded files. This may have been the issue to begin with.
Also, this particular image is not the best to do file and resolution analysis.
Thanks again, happy to be here. I love the Canon EOS RP w/ RF 24-105mm STM. Great all-a-round camera!
This is the file I was working on. DPP4 is the only software I have to open a .CR3 file.
So I cannot show a comparison nor the progression when the file is loading upon opening.
Thanks for taking the time.
I'm not seeing what you describe.
I opened the file in DPP, applied DLO and AUTO for processing; kept the Landscape Picture Style.
The ridgeline is sharp and the antennas are clearly distinguished from the sky.
It looks like there was some atmospheric haze.
I don't see a problem with the image given the subject.
thank you for looking into it. Yes, a good amount of atmospheric haze is present.
I was mainly looking at the foreground, the sticks on the right slope.
However, I cannot see the image as clean as your screenshots.
I will un-install/re-install DPP4 and see what happens.
here's the lower right corner area at 1:1. I brightened the image to make it more visible.
How far from the camera were the branches? Given where the camera seems to be focused you could be challneging the near depth of field limit.
Yes, John. You are correct. Aperature was open @ f 5.6.
I didn't take much time to prep the shot, should have stopped down.
I do believe though, the files were not fully copied from SD card to hard drive before starting the editing process in DPP4.
As I described in the previous post, it is better now.
I also have new images, starting to process soon. I will see how this works out now.