Category Archives: Canon 400D

This is the very famous and very beautiful Buachaille Etive Mor overlooking the Rannoch Moor and guarding the entrance to Glencoe from the south. It is one of Scotland’s most famous “Munro classified” 3000ft mountains and probably the most photographed of all of them. This was another dip into my Lightroom archive from 2007 and…

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One of the things that magazines regularly suggest we do to help our creativity is to revisit old images and to see whether we might choose differently or perhaps have a different approach to processing/retouching as we have become more experienced. I found this one from 2007 tonight taken with my first DSLR, a Canon…

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The ferry terminal at Gourock with the Argyll mountains behind. I found this old file from May 6th 2007 while trying to repair my Lightroom file structure yesterday. It isn’t how I would tackle the picture now in terms of aperture at least, however, I never found the Lightroom adjustments all that capable on what…

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It’s been one of those days when it’s rained constantly in true west coast of Scotland style and so I wasn’t able to take any photographs even in passing. I have been busy preparing and printing cards for the 100 portraits exhibition which starts at the weekend so I hope you’ll settle for an old…

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I wonder if anyone else out there has experienced the same corruption problems that I have had in my lightroom setup with DNG files. I have been using lightroom version 1 and now version 2 for about a year and a half. I have had 2 DSLR’s during this time, a canon 400D and now…

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  • Brent

    Hey, just curious if you found a remedy for this? I have a canon 40D and have just started experiencing this. I don’t convert to .dng, but I do import the Canon raw files into lightroom 2. The file will load into the library and then out of no where when I click it to review (or possibly compare it to another photo), half the photo shows the little boxes you have in your photo examples…only mine cover at least 25% of the file if not more. Any tips of how you remedied this would be great (my email is in the post for you! THanks, Brent

  • No joy I’m afraid. I don’t believe it was a card reader or hard disc issue. It happened only to dng files and started when the 1.4 update (I think from memory) came out and was instantly replaced due to a problem with it. I have had no problems since, but I am avoiding dng conversion now.