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Re: EOS M50 - Sensor or CR3 Data issue? Vertical Banding & Color Loss

"Glad you want to help us out here."

 

Beyond a few suggestions, I have no desire nor intention of running a PS tutorial. I suggest you get a good book on PS and read it. Smiley Indifferent

 

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Sorry to hear that, Ebiggs1. After your comment about PS two days ago I thought you knew something no one else knew about PS and this problem.

 

Below is an animated GIF file from 77D. The raw file is the one in the link from Dpreview. 15 seconds with 8 threads to correct the problem. For the 5D IV from the other thread it took 1 click and 1 second. https://community.usa.canon.com/t5/EOS/5D-MKIV-banding-issues-with-firmware-version-1-2-1/m-p/315974

 

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" I thought you knew something no one else knew about PS and this problem."

 

You totally miss the point. Again!  Just because you don't know how to doing something or have a software that does things automated is no indication that PS can not do it. It just proves you don't know how not that it is impossible. Get the book. Get a good one.

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So...you disagreed some days ago and now you can't even show any proof of dynamic row noise removal in PS. Instead you tell me to buy a book. Does this book about dynamic row noise removal in PS even exist? What is the name of the book? Which page is about dynamic row noise removal?

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It is not my job nor intention to defend PS or to teach you how to use it. My gut feeling is you don't like PS because it isn't free. I have read some of your earlier replies to folks.  I do use Darktable and a few other open source software so I am aware of their capabilities. If you want to learn how to use PS to its full ability you need to do as I have done.  Take a class or buy an instructional book.

 

PS. Now before you go off on the freeware programs and how they are so much better, I simply mentioned Darktable because it is the best of them but it is in no way as good as Lightroom.

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I am looking forward to see your PS correction of dynamic row noise. You know how to get in touch. I will wait.
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" I will wait." 

 

My advice, don't hold your breath and buy the book or go to school. I am not going to teach you how to use PS and/or LR.

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