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  1. After looking through this very interesting exchange, I am asking myself "Why do I want to even consider using AP as a major editing tool?" I have found a few features (the Inpainting Brush.....not found anything as good in CC) and the Selection features that are great. But it is discussions like yours that have almost convinced me that I should consider AP as maybe another "Plugin" to supplement CC but just a little more difficult to access.
  2. skepticaldad

    Raw File Preview

    I have the same problem on my Nikon D800. I am not able to see thumbnails so I have to go to Fast Stone to view thumbnails and then note the image number to be able to open it in AP. Not at all pleased with this. It was never my intent to abandon CC. I am interested in incorporating AP into my workflow and use it much as I do the NIK plugins. To think that AP could be a total replacement for CC may be a little naive. It may be a little premature but I have yet to see any major photographers endorse AP.
  3. skepticaldad

    Small RAW Files Converter

    Kodiak: I have the same problem with my D800. I have found that I can get files to AP via Fast Stone Image Viewer. Annoying to have to go that route.
  4. skepticaldad

    NRW raw support!

    You have my sympathy. My camera is a Nikon D800. Affinity does not load NEF files. In order to see thumbnails of images, I have to open a folder in FastStone Image Viewer and then move the desired image to AP. It is slow and cumbersome and could well be a game changer in my decision to use AP long term.

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