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Nikon Shooter

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About Nikon Shooter

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    French Canadian living in Central Europe since 1989
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    photography, guitars, ice hokey (sure, I'm French Canadian!)

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  1. Now, I can open images but all the previous settings are gone. Can you point at a file(s) I could restore from TimeMachine?
  2. I do see that menu as you suggest, Callum, but I will lose then all the work of fine tuning I did on my workspace, not? It want to send report to Apple — which I did — but I can copy it nor save it.
  3. Mojave Yes, to Apple! — Affinity Photo was just fine even after I updated to 1.8.6 !?!?!?!
  4. I've been a long time AP user — using now the latest v. 1.8.6 release successfully since day one — and I am experiencing issues since yesterday: AP launches but won't load my interface / workspace AP crashes opening files… any files My reflex was to restore from TimeMachine first its Application... Any idea… suggestions?
  5. I've been a long time AP user — using now the latest v. 1.8.6 release successfully since day one — and I am experiencing issues since yesterday: AP launches but won't load my interface / workspace AP crashes opening files… any files My reflex was to restore from TimeMachine first its Application Support folder — that didn't help! — then I restored the app itself — didn't help either! Any idea or suggestions?
  6. I've been a long time AP user — using now the latest v. 1.8.6 release successfully since day one — and I am experiencing issues since yesterday: AP launches but won't load my interface / workspace AP crashes opening files… any files My reflex was to restore from TimeMachine first its Application Support folder — that didn't help! — then I restored the app itself — didn't help either! Any idea or suggestions?
  7. AF is a pixel editor… coma. It does have the tools to develop a RAW file — only one at the time, that is — but the main purpose of it is an immediate conversion from a data file to an image that will be edited. Given this, side car files are irrelevant. I do, in my workflow, use first a proper RAW converter — and that suffices most of the time — when not, I will publish an editable image to work eventually in a pixel editor.
  8. A DAM is not usually in the scope of a pixel editor but many converters offer it.
  9. The purpose of a pixel editor like AP is to modify, manipulate an image. A RAW file is not an image but an unalterable data file that may be de- veloped by means of unsaved sidecar(s) files and then exported to any image format of your choosing that can then be worked in a pixel editor. The AP's develop persona means to give one access to such an image from a RAW file. For this reason, AP will develop but one file at the time. I use a dedicated RAW converter and Affinity's suite in my workflow. An all in one solution at this point is possibly a good idea but I', not sure it would be a blessing.
  10. Hi Paul, photography needs a given toolbox that is different, more ap- propriate to pixel editing. To be including vector graphics on a photo would make am image (IMO) look phoney at best unless it is no longer an image but a layout — and that's Publisher's job. Working as a photographer in the publishing industry, I use both Photo and Publisher but only after development in an other app that is a proper converter.
  11. Designer is a vector graphic app as Photo is a pixel editor.
  12. @deedee123 That wood make APhoto perform non related tasks to photography. The next step then would be RAW development persona in ADesigner? As a photographer, I'll pass.
  13. Salut Bernard, j'utilise aussi la version en anglais, merci pour la note!
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