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RAW shots of stars converted to Jpg in DPP lose colour. Can this be avoided?

ScottHolder
Occasional Contributor

I took a RAW shot of Jupiter with my EOS T3i, and background stars appear in red and blue, as well as white. However, when converted to JPG in Digital Photo Professional, the stars lose their color and all are white. Is there a way to convert to JPG without this colour loss?

Also, Photoshop CS2 will not read the .CR2 files. Is there a workaround? If not, is there another photo editor I can use?

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ebiggs1
Forum Elite

Here is a photo of Venus taken with nearly your same equipment. A T4i and the kit lens.

 

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EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and several lenses!

TCampbell
Esteemed Contributor

Great image!  When I try to take the same thing, all I get are clouds.  I think I need to move to a state with clearer skies.  

 

Tim Campbell
5D III, 5D IV, 60Da