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Hi Damien!

I shot a wedding this past Saturday, and have experienced some banding in the sky on a few of my images. This is one example - I have searched and searched the internet for a solution and have gotten nowhere!

Could you help?  It looks pretty awful! This is a first for me - Never had this happen before. :(

Thanks a TON!

This photo was shot with my 70-200mm 2.8 @ 105mm  1/400 f5.0  - - Nikon D610

The day was cloudy, in and out with peeks of sun.

 

 

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Oh thank goodness! Do you see what I see? I had downloaded an action to try to help it go away, and it didn't do a thing to it. So I was almost thinking it could be my monitor. I was wanting to do a facebook post of the finished edit, and I could still see it on three of my images. Ill go look at my raw file now, never thought of that. Silly me.

 

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It is strange to me - I have never had this issue before. I was shooting with new equipment - but equipment that I know...So I don't get it.

 

As far as your class - please tell me exactly what it is that you are seeing in that image that needs to be fixed - ? Does it still look cold to you? Even though I warmed it? Is it not sharp?

I'm so curious. I want to get better. I'm working hard at it - but also am terrified to calibrate my monitor.

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Ok.  Now go to Edit>Assign Profile.  In the drop-down menu in that window, I want you to briefly try every available profile option.

They will make the image all kinds of wild colours.  I don't mind about that.  All I want to know is if any of  the profiles make the banding disappear.

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HDMI - (My hubby does surround sound and large screen t.v.'s for a living.. :)  )

He actually ordered this monitor for me from his work.

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