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  1. I see. Thank you for that. I can see good results with four images now I have shot handheld.
  2. Thanks but none of this seems to work in Affinity. I have tried handheld with 30 images but still don't see any difference. If you halve the opacity as you go down the stack you quickly get to less than 1%, so I don't see how they have used a 20 image stack.
  3. Hi @Callum Because I want to print at large size with minimal loss of quality. I can get to 48" at 150dpi using stacking and resampling, but I don't see any difference at native resolution between the stack group and a pixel layer (except that the mean operator sharpens the image a little). The images are not shot handheld. Perhaps that is the problem?
  4. Hi all I have seen the various videos on stacking but am trying to use it for simple resolution increase - I am starting with a 16MB raw file and ideally want to print from a jpeg at 48" wide. This requires a raw file of about 100MB. I have seen stacking used in this way in Photoshop by resampling a large stack 200%, but this doesn't get me to that size. Would it be possible in AP and how many images would it require?
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