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  1. I don’t see an option for a light UI. It would be helpful to have that as currently I find it hard to make out the icons. I think they were made smaller so that doesn’t help either. I’m using a 9.7” iPad.
  2. A non-destructive layer is listed on their roadmap, so it should come sometime.
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    For the iPad updates would come through the App Store.
  4. The original RAW files aren't changed. After selecting the develop persona and are in the Photo persona you can work on the photo and save in the Affinity Photo format or another graphics format. Currently the operations in the develop persona aren't non-destructive, but that means you can't go back after you have processed the image, but that doesn't affect the original image. A non-destructive develop persona is listed on the roadmap for the program.
  5. If you are using macOS High Sierra or newer there is an Edit With option in Photos. Affinity also has several Photos extensions, including one for editing in Affinity Photo.
  6. If you look in the tutorials forum there is a thread showing the Affinity videos categorized. Also check the Affinity Quick Reference site for a list.
  7. Also check the Quick Reference site which lists German books and training for the programs.
  8. Yes it is possible. Apply a B&W adjustment layer. This is also a mask layer so you can paint on the layer where you would like the colour to come through.
  9. Yes that is what also happens on my computer with Affinity Photo.
  10. Thanks for the update in 1.6, including responding to requests for the light UI.
  11. There is a media browser in the Mac version under the View menu. Affinity has mentioned that sometime they will come out with a separate D.A.M. program sometime in the future. There are a variety of threads discussing a D.A.M.
  12. I would suggest downloading the latest version of GraphicConverter 10 (now at 10.4.2 and note that ver. 10 is a paid upgrade). Try it as it works better showing previews of Affinity Photo files than initially.
  13. GraphicConverter for the Mac also supports viewing the Affinity Photo previews. I wrote a post on my blog about setting it up to open files from the browser in another program like Affinity Photo as there are a couple places in the preferences to specify a program.
  14. There is also an "External Editors for Photos" extension in the Mac App Store. The upcoming version of Photos in High Sierra is said to have support for editing in another program.
  15. The Affinity Photo roadmap mentions "Non destructive Develop Layer" so it looks like there will be more non-destructive options in the future.