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AlanDWyatt

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  1. I appreciate that you've taken the time to give me this information. However, with all due respect, I know and have used these methods. I can get Nik and a few Topaz filters into the Affinity filters menu, but that's all. I can't get all the Topaz filters, or Luminar 3 or On1 RAW 2019. To interact with these programs I have to create a special folder in my Photographs folder just for images developed by Affinity, open those images in either On1, Luminar or Topaz for special processing, save and return them to the folder and then open them up again in Affinity. That's a real headache. I don't h
  2. For photo development and enhancements, I've come to believe that Affinity Photo is at least as good as Photoshop; it just can't do everything PS can. But no development program can do everything, and I've found that I'm best served for my enhancement needs by a combination of Affinity, Topaz, Luminar 3, Nik and On1 RAW. Each of these programs specializes in an area that the other do not. Photoshop's big advantage over any other program is that it can put all of these filters and programs into its plugin folder, and smoothly take you to these areas and return a photo back to its desktop with
  3. I'm currently using Affinity Photo on a trial basis for my Windows 10 desktop, and it looks like a fascinating photo developer. But I've run into a problem using it, and I wonder if there's something I can change on my computer to account for it. Whenever I open a photo folder on my desktop, I can see some images while many others only display the icon of the program that's chosen to open them. Using Bridge in Photoshop I don't have a problem, as Bridge shows every photo, and of course it doesn't matter if it's RAW or developed. But Affinity doesn't have a Bridge program, so when it show
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