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Graham

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  1. Thanks for your reply, Saijin. I actually ask on behalf of my teenage daughter who is into photography. She liked the look of IR images so I bought her a Hoya filter. When, however she comes to process her images with Affinity, they look nothing like expected. I'm a bit old fashioned and would want to turn to a manual for help but the only one available is £30 and may not even cover the subject of IR. On Googling, all we can find is tutorials, help and advice using PHOTOSHOP or LIGHTROOM, not Affinity. My question is: If IR images can be processed with Affinity, how is it done? A step by step guide would be great, and would save me forking out for PHOTOSHOP, which is what my daughter now wants!
  2. If anyone could help with this, it would be appreciated
  3. Thanks for your reply, however that is the video I mentioned..
  4. Does anyone know where I can find a tutorial to help develop infrared images on Affinity? I've seen the emulation video that is readily available but I wondered if there was a walk through somewhere relating to images taken with an IR filter/ IR converted camera? Thanks
  5. Thanks very much for your reply, John. It is clear and very much appreciated. I am looking forward to trying this out.
  6. Could you (or someone else) please expand on what is being said here. I would be grateful. What I am trying to achieve is a focus merge and HDR merge with the same 3 bracketed images. I am reading this reply as, once I've merged the bracketed images in HDR, I can then focus merge them? Thanks for anyone's time!
  7. Thanks for the help with this. I will have a good look at things when I have more time, at weekend.
  8. Thanks for your time, John. Let's hope someone can help.
  9. I am using Mac OSX 10. 10. 5 Graphics Intel Iris Affinity version 1.6.6. In preferences, 32 bit RGB Colour Profile, sRGB IEC61966-2.1(Linear) is ticked
  10. The same thing happens! This is, as you said, with just the first four images. Untitled.jpg.zip
  11. Thanks, did you open the merge I did, post number 7, above? It came out 'differently' to say the least
  12. I've just tried again, several times, it will not upload. I tried dragging and dropping also. I am given, "There was a problem processing the uploaded file. -200" Ah well
  13. Thanks for you reply, John. It is a JPEG which I reduced to the size of for the upload. It is a basic landscape scene, taken this morning. I'm certain there is no problem with the camera, tripod or bracketing method. There is no problem with the original images, the problem only occurs after the merge. Thanks again
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