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dgo47

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I took 24 photographs on my D5600 with the setting on "Effects".  Is there any way that I can "undo" the photos as they are currently and have them as normal?  As they are of a holiday that we have recently returned from, there is not way that I can take the photos again.

 

Any advice/suggestions would be most well;come.

 

I am attaching a photo so that you can see what they look like at present.

 

Any help would be most appreciated.

 

Thank you

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What setting have you chosen with "Image Quality" in your SHOOTING MENU? If you selected NEF(RAW) plus JPEG, your RAW file will be safe and unedited.

 

Unfortunately, if you only selected one of the JPEG settings in that menu... your pictures are permanently altered.

 

Here is a great video tutorial for the D5600:

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=2SO_v2NPc6Y



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Unfortunately, if you only selected one of the JPEG settings in that menu... your pictures are permanently altered.

 

 

 

Correct!



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Many thanks for getting back to me.  It was set for JPEG only!  Great video and most informative.  Far better than RTFM!