As you see below, DNG pictures look way different in Adobe Lightroom. When I zoom in 100%, the picture is very sharp, so I know it’s not the embedded JPG. In Darktable, you can see the image is displayed correctly without the overexposure you see in Lightroom. What is the reason for that and which view is the default as-is DNG? I personally prefer darktable images, they are more close to the actual shot, but I am trying to understand how this works P.S. DNGs opened in Windows Photos and Windows Photo Gallery look the same as the ones in Lightroom, so I don’t know why only darktable is getting it right.
The source of the images is a LG Stylo 4, the app is OpenCamera. Using the android Lightroom camera gives similar results.