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> Hi, thanks for your reply. You will find a downloadable raw NEF and a
> resulting jpeg here:
> please let me know if you require anything further.
Thanks for the file. Unfortunately, I am unable to reproduce it on my
system. Can you create an ID file with the parameters you're using? In
the "Save" tab, select "Also" for "Create ID file", and then send me the
Also, do you see the artefacts in the preview, or just in the saved
file? If it's just in the saved file, do you see the artefacts if you
save it as a PPM or PNG?
> Hi Hubert, that's weird! I have attached the ID file as you
> requested. Yes, the artefacts are also present in tif, ppm and png
> saved files.
It looks like the LensFun parameters are to blame. If you go to the
"Lens correction" tab, go to the "Lateral chromatic aberration" sub-tab,
and switch the model from "3rd order polynomial" to "None", and go to
the "Optical vignetting", and switch the model from "6th order
polynomial" to "None", the artefacts should disappear.
Can you verify that this removes the artefacts?
If you this fixes it for you, I'd like to forward the image and
parameters to the upstream developer to see if he can determine whether
it's a bug in LensFun, or a bug in how ufraw interfaces with LensFun.
On Wed, 03 Jun 2015 21:18:34 -0400 Hubert Chathi <[hidden email]>
> If you this fixes it for you, I'd like to forward the image and
> parameters to the upstream developer to see if he can determine
> it's a bug in LensFun, or a bug in how ufraw interfaces with LensFun.
yes , I just hit the same bug in Fedora 24 , my workaround is build
ufraw without LensFun