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Daphen

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  • Birthday 01/22/1991

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  1. Maybe one is just editing photos for fun and already has an iPad and don't want to invest in an expensive Wacom tablet for doing something they aren't getting paid to do?
  2. So you're on iOS 11 on your iPad? Is Affinity Photo working as it should? I mean, can you import raw files from your photo library for example? Any other problems? Is it worth trying out the beta on my iPad? The features look so intriguing.
  3. Interesting. So you're using a 9.7" now and it's too small? Are you going for the 13" then? Or the 10.5?
  4. I can't even see thumbnails and previews of my images when shooting compressed with my xt2 so I'm forced to shoot uncompressed. (Macos/iOS)
  5. I'm having a hard time deciding between the 12.9 and 10.5" pro's. I have the first gen 12.9" and while the l estate is amazing it comes with a lot of bulk. I'm carrying it alongside my 15" laptop to and from work everyday and it doesn't fit any of my bags tablet compartments and is quite heavy and bothersome to use on the bus. I'm just worried that 10.5" might be too small to edit photos on, which is my main use on the tablet after all. Anyone got some insights?
  6. Hey guys, I'm on an iPad Pro 12.9" first gen at the moment and while I'm really loving the screen size for photo editing and media consumption, I'm not really digging the size for transportability. I carry it to and from work alongside my laptop in my bag and it doesn't fit the tablet compartment in any of my bags and it's kind of heavy and awkward to pull out on the bus. Therefore I'm looking at the 10.5" iPad Pro and I'm just wondering if anyone in here went down in size from the first generation and if so, are you happy with your purchase? Is it still manageable to edit photos and stuff on it or does it feel too small? Thanks.
  7. FANTASTIC! So fast with the import raw files from photos update, now I can finally start trying out the app!
  8. Well yeah, in part. In Lightroom I always pick my favorites from a shoot and Import all of them. Some pictures might have been underexposed on purpose so you want to quickly raise the shadows before deciding if it's a keeper when rating etc. I scroll through all photos and make quick adjustments all in Lightroom mobile at the moment. I've heard you can't hdr or stack raw files in affinity for iPad, is that correct?
  9. Maybe the slider problem is to do with affinity photo itself and not the app you used to import the files? Does that app let you import several items at once into affinity?
  10. If I develop my raw file after some quick adjustments, then decide I want to do more changes and go into the develop persona again, do I still have access to the same raw data? Or has everything been converted into a pixel layer? Also, if I develop my raw file and then add a filter, let's say I use the filter for shadows and highlights. Does that filter then take use of the full data from the raw file or is it a pixel layer as if it was a jpeg?
  11. Yeah, that's why I'm upset, I'm on my summer holiday now in Bali. Ah well, I guess you can't expect everything to work straight away..
  12. I completely agree, you use the undo button ALL the time. It should be where your left thumb is. (Or right thumb in left hand mode)
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