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  1. You can go to the History Studio, go to the top of your changes and see what your photo looked like when you first imported it. There is a slider at the bottom of the list is a slider that will allow you to step through all of your changes.
  2. KoBu and Wesbo, thank you for the info. That does work great! never knew it was possible.
  3. I see two things that are different. First, when I apply the High Pass Filter, it becomes a sub-layer to the background image. This is probably why mine apples the sharpening with out merging down. Second, I use the Linear Light blending mode. I don’t think that will make much difference. If you can get the filter to be a sub-layer to your background image (I make sure the background image is selected, before I apply the filter) then try different blend modes and see which you like best. I hope this helps. I have attached two images to show what I have described.
  4. I noticed the same problem. Then I went back and tried again. This time I made sure not to click “Merge Down”. That seems to protect the “Live Filter”. I was then able to go back and change the settings in the High Pass Filter. I hope this works for you.
  5. I discovered the answer. Previously, I missed the “Add Live Filters” switch at the top of the column. Turned it on and the High Pass Filter worked just as I expected it to.
  6. I don’t know if this is a problem, or I don’t understand how the High Pass Filter works. Before updating to version 1.7, I would use the High Pass Filter to sharpen my images. (Select High Pass filter, enter pixel size, select Monochromatic, select Live Update. Then go to the Layers menu, Layer Options, select the blend mode, usually set to Linear Light. Since I have updated to version 1.7, the Live Update option is missing, and selecting layer options doesn’t change the high pass filter to sharpen the image. So am I just not using the High Pass Filter correctly or, is there a problem?
  7. Thanks for checking DM1. I discovered my problem, I had the wrong layer selected. Once I went back and selected the background layer it worked fine. I do think crashing just because the wrong layer is selected is excessive.
  8. I am using Affitnity Photo on a 10.5 inch iPad Pro, iOS 11.2.1 and what I think is the latest version of Affinity Photo. Whe I try to use the perspective filter, Photo crashes.
  9. Are you saying that I cannot import raw files from an attached SD card?
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