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  1. On a recent, up-to-date Mac, I am using a Plustek scanner with the latest SilverFast 8. I am scanning black and white negatives to 16 bit tiffs. They come into the Develop mode all washed out, but I seem to be able to adjust them to an acceptable result. I have found that 48 bit tiffs (which are very large) import as expected, as well as psd files (which are about the same size as the 16 bit). Question 2: Do the .psd files have the same depth of information from the scan as the .tiff that would let me adjust it fully in Affinity Photo?
  2. On a recent, up-to-date Mac, I am using a Plustek scanner with the latest SilverFast 8. I am scanning black and white negatives to 16 bit tiffs. They come into the Develop mode all washed out, but I seem to be able to adjust them to an acceptable result. Question 1: Are the final results effected by the poor initial state on opening?
  3. I am having the same problem on a Mac. My imported tifs from black and white negatives come in washed out.
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    Affinity photo on High Sierra keeps crashing

    I just installed version 1.6 on my Mac running high sierra. The entire computer crashes when I manipulate canon raw images. Update: The problem was my 2011 MacBook Pro. The graphics processor was failing. I have since loaded 1.6 on another computer and this update ROCKS! The default rendering of raw images is much better than before (maybe I had previously messed with the default?. I am so glad that I gave up on Photoshop and am now putting my efforts into the learning curve for Affinity Photo. I have been getting good results all along, and things keep getting better as the program improves and I learn the features.
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