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Septimus

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  1. Its not nly cropping either. Any adjustments are not taken into Nik. The only way of getting them there is to flatten the image first.
  2. Yes, it is obviously a problem with the interface but it doesn't happen with PS or others software and its not a problem with Colour efex pro or HDR Efex. So I'm just going to have to lump it I suppose. I'll start looking at other software.
  3. I'm working on a Mac Book Pro and when I try to edit a file - RAW or TIFF in Viveza the images shows in the main screen as washed out although the loupe view appears to be correct. In addition to this Affinity is still exporting the original file to NIk rather than the adjusted one so for example if I crop it in Affinity the whole photo appears in Nik - all modules. I do like Affinity Photo but this has been an ongoing problem for months and it seems that Serif have no interest at all in sorting the problem out. I may have to move to On1 or similar. A response from the company would be good but they seem not to be bothered.
  4. Tried again to load the pano in Tone map and it loaded without problem and I was able to adjust it. Took about a minute. Strange.
  5. Just tried saving it first as a jpg and then using that in Tone mapping persona and that works
  6. I am trying to tone map a panorama image made up of 5 images processed through Affinity Photo panorama but when I put it into the tone mapping persona nothing happens. I just see the same image and neither slider affects the image. I can try with individual files and there is no problem. Is it due to file size? Any suggestions welcome
  7. Did you ever resolve this because I have exactly the same problem. I have raised it previously and I know I'm not alone but nothing seems to have been done to fix it
  8. I'm obviously missing something simple here but how do you crop non destructively? Once I have cropped an image and then gone on to the next stage I cannot find a way to go back and remove that crop (or reduce the area cropped) without losing all the intervening work I have done
  9. Thanks for pointing that out Astromax. Lets hope they will correct it soon
  10. This problem has only just started it seems. When I import a Raw file it is very underexposed compared to looking at it in any other software - see attached. You can see the difference in the histogram compared to the in camera version. I'm shooting on an Olympus giving .ORF files All files are the same they appear about a stop to a stop and a half under exposed. I've tried changing the RAW engine to Apple but can see no difference.
  11. I have previously written about the fact that when opening an image in Nik it opens the full image rather than accepting the cropping I have done in Affinity but I've now found that with some images it opens with the image as a landscape profile rather than a portrait. Any other software I open it in and its fine, its as it should be - portrait. As with the cropping problem if I Flatten the image (even if I have done nothing to it) then it opens as it should in portrait orientation. Has anyone else come across this problem and is it proposed to solve the previous issue of processing the uncropped image?
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