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  1. Sorry. I wasn't suggesting Lightroom. That appears to be an extract from my reply to FIXX.
  2. Each other. If I take consecutive shots that appear identical, comparing side by side is the most reliable way of establishing whether one is sharper than the other.
  3. Most likely. I used to use Adobe Lightroom to compare shots, select, crop and convert. I can still use that or another programme to compare and select. It is not essential to use Affinity for the compare and select stages but as I said in my original query 'it would be nice' to be able to do those things without switching from one application to another.
  4. PÅ¡enda. Each other. If I take consecutive shots that appear identical, comparing side by side is the most reliable way of establishing whether one is sharper than the other.
  5. Library ... Gallery ... Folder .... Basically any two unconverted RAW photos or other photos that are straight from the camera and have not been adjusted yet.
  6. It would be good to be able to compare at least two original, uncorrected, images in the photo library so that, if they are similar, it is easier to decide which to work on.
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