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can someone tell me what causes this
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only smarties have the answer.
no idea sorry.
I had a similar problem once when I'd recalibrated my monitor and skies had big purple patches like your pink patches. However they would only have been visible on my badly calibrated monitor and not just on my own images but everwhere (something obviously went horribly wrong that day which fortunately a system restore fixed!)
Have you used a Grad filter over the sky in processing ??.....I've seen this effect if you use the incorrect 'Blending Mode' !!
Looks like an exaggerated example of the ill effects of highlight recovery in early raw processing.
It would help to have more information as to how has it come about - straight out of the camera? highlight recovery? Shadow recovery? A specific type of processing?
thanks for replies just raw to jpg a few came out this way yesterday
Those look like parts of the sky that I could be blown so could this be the blown-highlight warning in your chosen processing programme?
Let's see the original, if you've still got it ??.......(the RAW image)
It is extreme highlight recovery ...like what Glen said.
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