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About ash2020

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  • Birthday 11/11/1951

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    Sailing, Cycling, Video, ROV
  1. Yes that does help, thank you. I will start playing around with Photos, as yet I haven't used it. I also have some "birds in flight" shots that didn't quite make it! Cheers.
  2. That's useful to know. I didn't realise there was a size limits. Thanks.
  3. I guess that's the simplest way. Trouble is, not being very organised, I would often have a memory card with several dates and different subject matter. I don't like the idea of separating them out into different folders first.
  4. That's good too. I believe I have a paid for old version somewhere. Any idea when Affinity's DAM is coming out?
  5. That's a good idea. I always used to use Bridge, until I started using LR. I believe you can use the latest raw converters too.
  6. Hello all. New here and relatively new to Affinity. I've had an £8 p.m. subscription to Lightroom and Photoshop which I really want to cancel now and it looks like this is the way to go. My question is, what are the suggestions for getting from raw files on the card as far as Affinity? Should I import with Photos and manually decide where to keep files, then open them for editing? If I let Photos make the storage decisions, can I easily open the files in Affinity Photo? Lightroom always seemed to be a good intermediate step but it always has annoyed me that you have to export (with all the associated decision making in the process) in order to use pictures. How do people manage the process from the camera, to Affinity, then into store? Ideas gratefully received. Thanks Andrew
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