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Color issues in Lightroom

 
boog69
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May 08, 2010 23:47 |  #1

Guys and gals, I've got what I hope is not a serious problem. I've never had this happen before. The last two times I've imported into Lightroom, some of my files are showing to be corrupt. I don't believe it's the cards(Sandisk Ultra II). The first time I imported, the file wouldn't show corrupt until I opened in Develop module. It was fine in filmstrip at bottom and when I opened in develop and started adjusting, it would get those really bright funky colors all over the screen and some of the pictures would go completely black.
On the second import, the pics were fine as I came home and started working on pictures(different CF card) and no problems at all. I went a couple of days and got on tonight and darn if it didn't start happening again. I can open pics in the my pictures folder and they look fine. I can open in CS2 and develop and they are fine. It just happens in Lightroom. I shoot in Raw which I don't believe has anything to do with it. I believe everyone probably knows what I'm talking about but if need screen shots, I'll do it as soon as possible if someone will jog my memory on how to do it. These have fortunately been snapshots of kids fieldtrip and nothing to awful important. Any help would greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time.


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May 09, 2010 05:24 |  #2

As you can see, nobody here seems to have encountered your problem. I suggest you post this here:
http://www.lightroomfo​rums.net/ (external link)
and/or here:
http://forums.adobe.co​m/community/lightroom (external link)


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May 09, 2010 05:57 |  #3

Lightroom forum...nice one Eli!
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May 09, 2010 14:39 as a reply to  @ IVOlution's post |  #4

I had this same issue a couple of years ago my computer was acting up and I just decided to buy a new one and once I did it stopped. Someone said it was a hard drive issue but its nothbing with ur cards or camera its the computer but it destroyed some really good pictures I had taken until I replced it


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May 10, 2010 00:56 as a reply to  @ ChaseRains's post |  #5

How come it just happens in Lightroom and not in CS2?


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May 10, 2010 09:49 |  #6

Before you do anything else, back up your Raw files!

Then, you can try the Lightroom test and repair catalog integrity and see if that helps -- go to the Edit/Preferences dialog and choose the Backup schedule to back up right away, and when that happens select the Test Integrity option.

You can also try to create a new catalog and import some pictures into it and see if the behavior continues.

Other than those suggestions, I'm not sure what to suggest, because if Photoshop is working fine with your Raw files Lightroom should be fine as well.


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