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  1. Please see below wheresmycaps.MP4
  2. I think this issue dates back to the last Apple Store version, but when importing or opening a tiff (may also happen when going from RAW), saving out changes the file name case from capital initials to lower case. For example Sophia_Delicate_2_17_18 to sophia_delicate_2_17_18. I don’t run iOS betas, so that’s not the issue. Not a huge problem, but weird.
  3. There seems to be an app that interfaces with the powermate, so it can be detected by iOS apparently. Gauntlet thrown, Serif. JK http://manuals.roskosch.de/smartsdr-ios-tools/
  4. I don't know if there's any device like this that works with iOS, but I just used the power mate as an example
  5. It would be great if there was some kind of progress bar in Affinity Photo when saving a copy or exporting to cloud services. As it stands now, you need to get out of Affinity Photo and go to your cloud app of choice and check progress there. Maybe the Files integration could help in this regard.
  6. I'm not even sure if this works on desktop version, but it might be useful to have the Griffin Powermate (or similar) work to change brush size or a number of other assignable functions. Since i've pretty much moved to iPad for all my Affinity Photo needs, this is my priority, but I could see why the desktop version might be Sertif's.
  7. I've been wanting to make a series of videos for youtube on my process for portrait retouching, but here goes. Most of the time I start by importing my images into Capture One for RAW processing and color grading. I then export 16bit Tiffs to Dropbox and import those in Affinity Photo for iPad. There, I'll do my skin cleanup, dodge and burn, and a few other finishing touches. I'll also do my crop and export to final sizes from the iPad. Those will be exported to Dropbox for storage and distribution. I'll post my vids if I ever get around to making them
  8. Also, it would be great to have the ability to change the luminosity of shadows, highlights and mid tones within the color balance adjustment, ala C1. Just makes color grading so much simpler.
  9. I currently use Capture One for basic RAW adjustments and most of my color grading. I then take a tiff into Affinity Photo for skin work and finishing touches. The biggest reason for doing color grading in Capture One is that it is very intuitive because of the fact that there is a color wheel for choosing colors as well as saturation for shadows, mid tones and highlights. It would be one more step away from Capture One if Affinity Photo added this. For selfish reasons I’d love it if the iPad version got it first since I almost never use the desktop version anymore.
  10. I don't have my iPad in front of me, but I'm hoping you mean there's an actual white balance tool in the develop persona. I'll give it a look when I get home. If so, thanks for pointing that out.
  11. An iPad version would be awesome, especially if you could take advantage of some of the features of an iBook.