Trying to import from my Canon D35', none of my RAW photos are showing up in the import preview window.
I'm interested to know whether the directory structure on the card in the camera shows up and how it is displayed. IIRC, the 35'D creates a new directory on the card for every 1'' photos so perhaps Lightroom isn't drilling down deep enough to find them?
When I try to view the thumbnail previews in LR, it sorts them by date, which I want but doesn't show the thumbnail picture.
Halina can you please fill in your signature (in the UserCP top left of this page). I am interested to see if you have a monitor profile issue as well also. It may be something else though - Canon related.I'm having the same problem but only from my Canon 4'D. All my other Canons are showing the previews correctly.
I do have the same problem, just seeing grey Boxes instaed of Thumbnails, with a Nikon D3''.
It only occurs when I try to import directly from the camera, copied to the harddisk and importing from there works fine
I could not use Ligthroom at all. All the images, preview, filmstrip, import, develop; everything was just a gray box.
I'm working on a Windows XP system. I tried Lightroom 1.1 and 1.3. I tried JPEG from a Canon 5D and SD8'', from both disk and card reader. I tried CR2 images from the 5D. All I saw were gray boxes, even in the import dialog with Preview checked.
I do not have any Canon drivers installed on this particular PC.
The full Adobe CS Professional suite works just fine with all these images.
I went into the Windows Control Panel / Display / Settings / Advanced / Color Management and found it was set to a profile for the NEC monitor that is installed on the PC. I tried to remove that profile but it wouldn't let me do it. So I added the ProPhoto profile and set it as the default. Then I restarted Lightroom and all the images were visable.