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  1. Hiro2001

    Sharpening Using LAB16

    I'll have a look and see what happens. Thanks. Hiro2001
  2. Hiro2001

    Sharpening Using LAB16

    OK, this is beyond my knowledge and I take your word for it. All I'm saying is I haven't made any changes between v1.6.7 and Beta but do see a marked difference in how the sharpening is working. Hiro2001
  3. Hiro2001

    Sharpening Using LAB16

    I've quickly looked up what Metal compute is and my iMac does support it but this is something I was unaware of so whatever happens in v1.6.7 is the same as in Beta. Hiro2001
  4. Hello I've watched numerous videos on how to install Nik Collection into Affinity Photo (on and iMac). I can add the collection into the 'Plugin Search Folders' area but when I do the 'Restart' I don't get plugin in the 'Detected Plugins' box. Any ideas? Hiro
  5. Hiro2001

    Sharpening Using LAB16

    GabrielM Sorry but I don't understand. I don't know how to send you a sample file. If you just mean use one of my RAW files, I don't see what difference that will make. When I use the same RAW file in Beta and v1.6.7. I see almost an immediate change in the photo when raising the factor slider in v1.6.7 but I don't see any change doing the same in Beta. Hiro
  6. The way I like to sharpen is to convert the format to LAB16. Create an Unsharp mask, do the sharpening and then revert back to RGB format. I have done the same task in AP v1.6.7 and Beta using the same file. I don't get the same results in Beta as v1.6.7 and much prefer the results from v1.6.7. I don't think it is working correctly. Also, I prefer the full text menu on v1.6.7 for Live Filters and Adjustments when selecting them in the Layers menu, rather than the High Pass... text seen in Beta. Hiro2001
  7. Walt I thought that's what I'd done. Thanks Hiro2001
  8. The way I like to sharpen is to convert the format to LAB16. Create an Unsharp mask, do the sharpening and then revert back to RGB format. I have done the same task in AP v1.6.7 and Beta using the same file. I don't get the same results in Beta as v1.6.7 and much prefer the results from v1.6.7. Also, I prefer the full text menu on v1.6.7 for Live Filters and Adjustments when selecting them in the Layers menu, rather than the High Pass... text seen in Beta. Hiro2001
  9. Dear Affinity I have quickly scanned the latest Beta version of Affinity Photo (which I'm downloading) and I'm disappointed at not seeing any reference to support for the X-Rite Colour Checker. I have seen, for some years now requests to have this implemented and I would also like to see it added. Hiro2001
  10. I have soft proofed a B&W photo recently and found that when I did this the image went from a nice B&W photo to a tinted photo. I don't know why and don't know what to adjust to make it more B&W. Any ideas?
  11. I have been trying to make Selection on one photo to copy into another. However, my efforts have been frustrated by the Selection shooting off in all directions and not trying to stay on the main colour of the subject I'm trying to select. I have Added and Subtracted to the selection but it won't do what I want. It certainly isn't doing it as easy as in the tutorials. I have given up for now. Is there a pen tool (Photoshop)?
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