Sun 13-Jan-13 09:33 PM | edited Sun 13-Jan-13 09:37 PM by gpoole
Obviously the image has been corrupted such that the areas of the image have become rearranged.
Where in the processing path does this corruption first appear?
If it shows when you display the original image in your camera, then the file is corrupt on the memory card. Could be a camera problem or a defective memory card.
If it only is corrupt in Lightroom then something happened on the way into your computer or Lightroom screwed up. What happens if you view the file with some other viewer like the software included with your operating system? That will help isolate whether it is a file problem or a Lightroom problem.
I've haven't seen this happen with my D800e using Photo Mechanic and Capture NX2. I've taken mostly NEF files but I did do about 1250 JPG fines for a couple HS football games. I currently have about 6400 cycles on my D800e.
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