18-06-2022 11:49 AM in
I've been trying to take some pics of the night sky recently with my S22 Ultra and Expert Raw, and last night got a few that I thought I was quite happy with.
However, on coming to edit them in Adobe Lightroom, I noticed that there are grid lines on the image, even after saving it. They appear to be on the image itself as taken directly by Expert Raw.
Is this intentional? And why, as it ruins the pictures?
Is there a way to get rid of them? It's very annoying as last night could be the last clear night for a while, it was only when I came to edit them this morning that I noticed the lines.
18-06-2022 01:33 PM - last edited 18-06-2022 01:35 PM
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28-08-2022 06:55 AM - last edited 28-08-2022 07:04 AM
I'd thought the clouds looked a bit unusual tonight on my walk. I attempted to take a picture of them but the shots were all black. Adjusting the light balance of one I saw this even more peculiar geometric shape. This thread revealed the closest relatable image I've found so far.
28-08-2022 09:48 AM in
@Henry40: That's very strange. Are you only encountering this issue with images captured using Expert RAW, or is it persistent across all camera modes? To troubleshoot the issue, please try heading to Settings > Apps > Camera > Force stop > Storage > Clear cache, then restart your S22. If the issue persists you may wish to head to the Camera app > Tap the cog symbol in the top left > Scroll to the bottom of the list of options > Reset settings > Reset. Let me know if this helps.