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  1. I tried setting windows profile and affinity photo to sRGB IEC61966-2.1 Unfortunately I am still noticing the difference between the 2 layers. I am not sure what could be the difference between your setup and mine. thanks
  2. so it's what i have suspected that the adjustments values are computed differently between the apps. In a environment where i need to share the work with other people predominantly on photoshop, it does limit affinty photo's usage. Hope there is a fix for this problem that Serif can implement on the future updates.
  3. I tried setting windows profile and affinity photo to sRGB IEC61966-2.1 Unfortunately I am still noticing the difference between the 2 layers. I am not sure what could be the difference between your setup and mine. thanks
  4. Hi Gnobelix, thanks for the post. I am running windows 10 I have calibrated monitor so I am using a different profile but I don't believe that should affect since I am viewing through the same monitor and pc for both images. I have checked my preferences and it matches the settings you have. if you look at the top layer Colorbars CC - backed = is the photoshop layers flattened (photoshop flattened.jpg) if I compare this with the layer below that has all the color corrections I don't get same results. (color correctionlayers.jpg) the sample color numbers are not the same. Hope you see the difference I am seeing thanks
  5. I imported a psd file with some adjustment layers into affinity photo and the results look very different. I am attaching the psd file. top layer is the result output from photoshop with all the adjustments. colorbars.psd
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