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    Luminosity Masks

    Bonjour, Thank you for sharing this, Smadell! I'm new to AP, and I believe these macros could help me. However, I do not understand how to use/apply them, and, first thing, where to begin. I got AP 1.8.3, and here is what I need to achieve on a specific picture : - the upper left corner (ULC) is correctly exposed - but the lower right corner (LRC) is definitely over-exposed So, I believe I need to apply a luminosity or exposition gradient starting from ULC and ending in LRC. Could someone explain to me in details how to achieve these adjustements, please, showing which menus and submenus and commands I need to activate ? I think it could be better to be able to apply a gradient more sophisticated than a simple linear gradient. I have absolutely no background and no vocabulary about this kind of work. Thanks very much, G.G.
  2. Hi, I think I got something rather similar with Affinity Photo 1.6.7 running on Mac OSX 10.9.5 when I try to open Canon RAW files when switching the RAW engine to Apple Core engine (instead of Serif Labs one). If I open the RAW file before switching, it crashes when switching. If I switch then open the file, it crashes as well. The crash dump in attachment was generated by the former method. If I open the RAW file without switching, it's OK. I noticed it was already like that with version 1.6.6 This happens with any of my RAW files (always Canon), 6000x4000. Anything I could try to help you debugging this (and me, BTW) ? Any hint ? Any help ? Thanks in advance, Regards, G.G. Affinity_Photo_Bug_Report.rtf
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