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  1. Merde

    Gender bias

    What the hell are you babbling about?
  2. Ah, you mean technical problems. I agree on that. I thought you don't believe enough Linux users would buy AP/AD because they are used to free (as in beer) software.
  3. Why do you believe so? I'd rather say it should be an easy market to sell to, because of lack of real competition. Especially with your pricing policy...
  4. It looks like you have moved blurred shape a bit out of canvas.
  5. I'd rather use 'resize" with locked aspect ratio and then "resize canvas" if I were you.
  6. This is perfectly normal behavior. If you put SEVERAL pictures on your canvas, which EXIF should the document 'inherit'?
  7. Merde

    Jaguar E-Type Lightweight (AD)

    Right crop looks like a photo, you have even simulated chromatic aberrations. Respect!
  8. At least on Windows platform you have a choice.
  9. Remove sRGB color profile - it is NOT intended as a monitor color profile! If you have manufacturers' monitor profile - you can use it. If not - it is better to leave this list empty.
  10. Merde

    Call for Camera Images

    At present I have two cameras (Fujifilm X-T1 and X-E1) and 5 lenses (XF 16/1.4, XF 27/2.8, XF 35/1.4, XF 18-55/2.8-4 and XC 50-230/4.5-6.7). I used to own Canon 30D and 40D and 5 different lenses, but I would have to check if I still have any SOOC jpegs at home.
  11. Merde

    Call for Camera Images

    What is the purpose of this work? Does it matter which lens I use (maybe you intend to make lens-specific profiles)?
  12. There is no need to do that. You can install Affinity Designer on several computers (if you own and use them).
  13. Actually, on Linux there would be MUCH less competition for Affinity apps. Personally, if I was still Linux user I would buy Affinity Photo and Designer in an instant. I'm not advocating for Linux version because I realize it is not really a question of money, but rather lack of man-power.
  14. You may be right, but I will not be able to see it for myself, because I don't own one. At least not an iPad, which I find extremely overpriced. Actually, Affinity Photo is the only app I would consider buying iPad for.
  15. That is why I wrote mouse AND drawing tablet. You really need flat and stable surface (desktop) for that. Another drawback: small screen size. 13" or even 15" is PITA and 17" I wouldn't call portable. Laptop makes sense as an additional computer, not the main (or only) one. Unless you work "in the field" exclusively...