Gareth Posted July 30, 2018 Share Posted July 30, 2018 (edited) I wonder if there's anyone who can shed any light on an issue I'm having with clear, blue skies? There appears to be a fairly straight, single line running horizontally at about the upper third, across my images of cloudless blue skies. I don't think it's banding, since it's evident straight out of the camera as an unprocessed RAW. And isn't banding a processing artifact? I really hope it's not a defect on my cameras sensor - it's a Canon 7d mk2 - I've tried to find out if it's a particular problem with this camera, but the evidence is inconclusive. I've managed to blend an overlay in photoshop to mask it on some images (feels like cheating!), but this is proving to be an awful lot of work when it interferes with buildings etc. Short of avoiding shooting anything with clear skies (I don't want to do this), I don't really know what to do. Here is a recent image - just basic JPEG processing from the original RAW. (I know about the dust spot on the right before anyone says!) Any help would be gratefully received, thanks. Gareth Edited July 30, 2018 by Gareth Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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