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  1. Firstdefence much thanks for the info. You solved my issue. It is appreciated.
  2. To follow up, I found a web site which, when the RGB numbers are entered, the name of the color and hue are given. See attached photo.
  3. In AP I thought there was a way to determine shades or zones of gray in photo. I thought I had used such tool before. But I can't find a way check it now. Can anyone know of a way to determine if photo covers the zones 1-10? Of course, zones 1 & 10 should be avoided. Thanks.
  4. Kurt: I read your post. I have a hard time understanding or following what you are trying to say. I am reading again and looking at other info about the LAB method. If you could tell me again in a simplified version it would be appreciated.
  5. Walt, at least a green, (or shade of green) leaf will not look brown. But, you point to a problem I face and I assume others face, is shades of colors. In addition texture and light, strength, brightness and angle, affect the color seen. LOL
  6. telemax, I see what you are pointing out. But I am not sure what that adjustment is meant to do. Does make colors appear as a color blind person would see color. Or is it a correction adjustment to the colors. Thanks for pointing that out. I will research the adjustment further.
  7. I am red/green color blind. What I have read about all color blind glasses is it is questionable if they work. But I have thought of trying a pair.
  8. I am color blind, green blindness. Therefore, it is sometimes a guess if the color in a photo is accurate. Does anyone know if Affinity photo has a method of checking color? If a leaf is green I would like ensure the photo shows a green leaf. I hope you understand what I am asking. Thanks,
  9. I have a photo in black and white. It is rather flat in appearance. I want to use split toning to add tone so the photo is not so flat. I don't know how to do this. Nor, I have found any tutorials which start with a black and white photo. I would appreciate any direction, instruction or a point to a good tutorial.
  10. mikerofoto, I could see no zoom in the upper right corner of Nik. Am I not seeing it? Also, I could not enlarge the window by moving the cursor to the edge of the Nik window. No two ended arrow showed. Attached is another screenshoot. It shows Nik is as large as AF. Yet, the Right and left adjustment bars are so small it is not usable using my old eyes. Any suggestion anyone? NIK pdf.pdf
  11. I installed The Nik Collection as a plug-in in Affinity Photo. Attached is screen shot of AP with Nik opened. As one can see Nik is too small to use. Any ideas to fix this problem? NIK 2.pdf
  12. stokerg, Thanks for the reply. In searching for an answer to my question I found this response to another's similar question: "The idea is that you place additional adjustments on top of the soft-proof adjustment to get the on-screen image to look right, then turn off the soft-proof before printing or exporting." (1/11/20 by walt.farrell) Would you or anyone agree with this statement?
  13. When soft proofing a photo, when should the soft proofing be done? Since it can significantly change the way a photo looks, it seems to me soft proofing should the first step when editing a photo. But I really don't know. I have not found a tutorial on this exact question. Thanks
  14. PÅ¡enda I cannot find the file in any form. I have a separate backup on a removable HD. I found where it should have been, but it was not there. I can't believe I did this. Live and learn! I will try the suggestions above and if successful, I will post the results, Thanks, everyone for the help.
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