No new OS in between. One other thing I thought of, an ulikely explanation but … possible:
Before I went back to generate the example, I accessed RAW Power as an extension from Photos (via the “…” button in the Edit pane of Photos), which I *had not done* while I was seeing the weirdly toned images (I had used RAW power standalone, then). Maybe that “helped” get everything set?
It’s weird. I write wonky, statistical code in my day job, so I try to be very careful in checking things before I go whining to a developer. But there ya go. I dunno.
Thanks again, and I look forward to using RAW Power.
This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by ceedave.
Well, I just looked again, to see which would be a good example to send you, and … it looks fine, now. I don’t have any idea why. I’ve restarted, and gone between an external monitor and the laptop screen only. But those seem unlikely as explanations.
I guess it was just user error.
I apologize for the false alarm. I don’t know what was happening. Some weird setting somewhere. Shrug.
Again, thanks for the swift reply, and my sincere apologies for a wrong report of an error.
I am using an X-H1, firmware version 2.11. I should update to 2.12, I guess, but apparently that update is only for compatibility between the X-H1 and a lens I don’t have (70-300), so I don’t think that’s the issue.
Let me know if I can provide any other info that’d be helpful in any way. Thanks again.