Just tried to play with the file. It seems to me that the dng does not
contain raw data at all. Modifying the demosaicing seems to have no
effect, in particular when choosing "passthrough". That is not what I
would expect from real raw data.
Even exif data seem to be removed.
Am 09.04.2018 um 06:28 schrieb Chris:
> True... ultimately everyone's help here has been great, definitely
> getting close to a work around.
> Speaking of lossy .dng files... what would your suggestions be for an
> alternative format that maintains a good amount of data without costing
> to much in filesize?
Some cameras offer options to save raws with lossless compression. I
would definitely keep the original raw files. If you need to save disk
space, try to consequently delete images that you are not going to use.
This will significantly improve the signal to noise ratio on your disk ;)
> On 2018/04/08 08:04 PM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
>> * Chris <bydersjo...@gmail.com> [04-08-18 22:35]:
>>> Agreed! The original cr2 would have more data.
>>> The fact remains though that LR is able to do a much better job with
>>> this compressed DNG than DT can.
>>> On 2018/04/08 07:21 PM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
>>>> might be better if you would provide the "original" raw image instead of
>>>> the conversion to dng image. no conversion contains all the exact
>>>> image data.
>> and you are using lr's app to convert the original to a file designed to
>> be as compatible as possible to lr, not dt. you will achieve better
>> results in dt using the *original* file format.
>> dng is definitely not designed with the intent to be compatible with
>> anything not sold by adobe. adobe wants profits, it doesn't intend to
>> give *anything* away.
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