RAW converters and halos around bright objects

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by winhag, Oct 4, 2005.

  1. winhag

    winhag Guest


    I have Photoshop CS. One issue I have seen with the RAW converter is
    that it tends to produce halo's around bright objects (as opposed to
    DXO and RSE which do not). Does anyone know if Adobe has solved this
    problem in CS2?

    winhag, Oct 4, 2005
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  2. I have yet to see this problem.

    And, just because a word ends in "s" doesn't mean that you use an
    Randall Ainsworth, Oct 4, 2005
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  3. winhag

    winhag Guest

    Try converting an image shot at night with bright traffic lights. You
    may see an unnatural transition or halo around the light at high
    magnification (sorry about the incorrect apostrohe typo). I have seen
    this effect also in day shots where there is a bright white hard edge
    object that seems to get a brownish/reddish 'halo' or transition band
    around it. It doesn't happen all the time and is not incredibly
    blatant, but it is definately there. I thought at first it was some
    inevitable consequence of the Bayer pattern, until I saw that not all
    RAW converters did it.
    winhag, Oct 4, 2005
  4. winhag

    Ed Ruf Guest

    Have you eliminated the possibility this could be an artifact of over
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    Ed Ruf, Oct 4, 2005
  5. winhag

    Conrad Guest


    I tend to notice haloing more when I use (or, overuse) the Shadows and
    Highlights command - particularly with landscapes.


    Conrad, Oct 4, 2005
  6. Dont you ever make typo's? He didn't write object's you know.
    Thomas T. Veldhouse, Oct 4, 2005
  7. Hmm... is the apostrophe key anywhere near the 's' key?

    Digital Photography Now, Oct 4, 2005
  8. winhag

    winhag Guest

    These are not sharpening halos.

    winhag, Oct 4, 2005
  9. "I know what to do when a bill is due."

    But sometimes, when I am typing fast for a newsgroup post, I write:

    "I know what to due when a bill is do."

    This happens because people are thinking about the subject rather than
    the spelling or correct word. It just happens.

    If you don't make mistakes, then so be it, but nitpicking others
    punctuation, especially when he *clearly* knows what it should be, is
    just plain vindictive.
    Thomas T. Veldhouse, Oct 4, 2005
  10. winhag

    Gormless Guest

    What a cheap and very unnecessary comment, you patronising bugger.
    You must be a very very busy person indeed if you spend your time correcting
    such errors in NG postings.
    Get a life.
    Gormless, Oct 4, 2005
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