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Pietrach

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  1. Whow, so simple yet effective. Thank you.
  2. Thank you for the advice. I will try to shoot more "vertically"
  3. Thank you so much. i anticipated such answer. So there is nothing I can do about this. Do you know of any other methods of correcting the verticals without stretching the image and the pixels? thanks
  4. Original JPEG as came out from Capture One. I am happy with sharpness here. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FeLg_oTQdbBSYoNui88vrN0FGZOjxRgL Image edited in Affinity. Above photo was opened in Affinity, Perspective tool used to correct verticals (Planes: Single Plane; Mode: Destination) then Apply. Then Export to JPEG at 100%. nothing else. When you look at 100% at the detail on the tower, you will notice a clear difference. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lIu6E1Vwbdln8m2PeWPpgYhRfp98caY1 Thank you.
  5. Absolutely, i am happy to sendn you both, before and after edit. I will do this tomorrow the first thing. Thank you.
  6. Hi I am using Capture One for RAW, export either JPEG or TIFF and then further edit in Affinity (since yesterday - I am new to Affinity). However, when I edit perspective in Affinity to make verticals vertical , and then export as JPEG as 100% there is a significant loss of sharpness on the entire image. This happens regardless if TIFF or JPEG is edited. Any ideas why?
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