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  1. Serif appears to use the development version of the database, at least the Yongnuo YN 35mm f/2 is in both, but not on stable. List is here: https://wilson.bronger.org/lensfun_coverage.html Lensfun stable is at 0.3.2 from 2015-11-15, development is 0.3.95 from 2018-06-29. The download bundle contains database, presumably uptodate to 2018-06-29. As mentioned previously, you can add any missing lenses, procedure seems easy enough. I'll try that for Yongnuo YN 50mm f/1.8. https://wilson.bronger.org/lens_calibration_tutorial/ The database in mac is at /Applications/Affinity Photo.app/Contents/Resources/Lens Profiles . Show content on app to see contained stuff.
  2. Returning to AD after a while I find there's been a bunch of new versions, but I'm still stuck at 1.6.1 That may be because my (Finnish) app shop is stuck at that version. :-) Oddly enough, Photo is at 1.6.7
  3. zaqzaq

    find colors

    There's also nice stuff on the web: http://www.colorhunter.com/ http://www.degraeve.com/color-palette/ so you can get a palette from a photo.
  4. zaqzaq

    find colors

    To provide an example of range of palettes based on one color, from Lapis Lazuli #265B9C monochromatic blues: http://paletton.com/#uid=13C0R0kqntVqHUGryHdnhltkDc+ adjacent colors (3 colors): http://paletton.com/#uid=53C0R0kqntVqHUGryHdnhltkDc+ triad (3 colors): http://paletton.com/#uid=33C0R0kqntVqHUGryHdnhltkDc+ with complementary added: http://paletton.com/#uid=43C0R0kqntVqHUGryHdnhltkDc+ tetrad: http://paletton.com/#uid=73C0R0kqntVqHUGryHdnhltkDc+ export is at lower right and as long as you only click within the frame you are quite safe :-) -- zaq
  5. zaqzaq

    find colors

    I like this one: http://paletton.com several versions and you can select them in 1 to 4 colors -- zaq
  6. Transform and document properties (resize canvas) dialogs accept simple arithmetic, so You can say, e.g.: 2 * 456 px 0.75 * 567 px 678 + 50 px I haven't tested the percent notation but this is functionally equivalent :-) Found this in the help somewhere, sometimes I read it if I'm frustrated enough.
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