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  1. Hi, Could someone tell me what these strange marks are that appear when I use the edge detect filter? It seems to appear on a selection of photos which I took (using the same camera) on one day, but not all in the same place - they're literally on all the photos if I test the edge detect! I just hope its not a defect on the lens - a fixed lens Fujifilm X100T! Thanks in advance
  2. Hi, This happens when I apply the Detect Edges filter to any image which has been developed from raw but not exported. Shot on a Panasonic GX-7, original file format .RW2. AP 1.6.6, OSX 10.13. I open an image, develop it (it doesn't seem to matter if I make adjustments or not), then run Detect Edges. Weirdness results. Cheers and happy Crimbo. H
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