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  1. Dear Chris, Generally I am quite happy with the RAW editing options in Affinity. I just noticed those two problems, the distortions and the colours. I haven't spent much more time with it to give you a full review. Apparently some RAW files from other cameras seem to work, but the Leica Q definitely doesn't. Or at least it isn't recognised or doesn't read the cameras lens corrections out of the file. To be honest, I am not that knowledgable when it comes to all the technical aspects of RAW conversion, so I don't know what to look for. I think I just assumed that the RAW convention is alwa
  2. Dear Chris, Thank you so much for your reply. I have actually tried that and it certainly helps to get rid of the extreme distortions. But saying that, it feels as if Apple (Core Image RAW) is doing something different than the Adobe RAW process I am used to from PS. It still leaves some of the distortions and the colours are much more saturated. Of course I can fix that, I just wonder how good of a process the Apple RAW converter is. Do you happen to know if Affinity is at all working on lens corrections. Would be great to use their tool exclusively.
  3. Hi, I have finally switched from Photoshop to Affinity and to my "disappointment" I have just noticed that when I am opening RAW files shot with my Leica Q that there are heavy lens distortions. Are there any presets or plugins that I could use to solve this issue? I would really love to use Affinity and give up my Adobe account, but until I can process my Leica files in Affinity I will be stuck with PS :/ Any idea how to handle this issue? Thank you so much for your help. Alexander
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