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  1. It's not really fair to compare photoshop to affinity when photoshop is like $120 per year? That said, I think it would be interesting to see if anyone would pay extra for affinity devs to work on early CR3 support. The rest of us who don't use canon cameras can get it when libraw adds it.
  2. Any update on the status of this feature?
  3. Has this been added yet? It has been 3 whole years with no comment. At this rate I'll be using gimp mainly and affinity for the extra functions.
  4. Sorry for necroing an old thread but has any developer clarified this yet? It is worrying that professional software I paid for does nearest neighbor resampling for something very integral to the image manipulation process.
  5. As stated in the title, I need to crop an image layer without rasterizing the layer
  6. Thanks for the responses, glad to know it's a planned feature. "Mask to below" works like a charm for now!
  7. Hi, would it be possible to implement a log (logarithmic) scale for histograms? It would be easier to see small pixel counts without having to mouse over. Cheers.
  8. I am currently using GIMP to edit indexed color and it is very frustrating when a paid image editing program is unable to do it.
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    Log scale for histogram in AP

    And to add on, for scopes too.
  10. Does this feature exist yet?
  11. Hi, I have the windows store version of Affinity Photo and it does not correct the lens for my camera (Canon G1X Mark II) automatically. Please use the attached sample if necessary. IMG_0866.CR2
  12. I just realized that the lens correction does not apply when doing a HDR Merge of raw files!
  13. Thanks for pointing that out, Sean. I was so used to autocrop that I kind of assumed it wasn't corrected. I believe giving the user the option to use their own crop is a great feature!
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    Call for Camera Images

    Uploaded a set of RAW + OOC JPEG for the Canon G1X MKII. Hope it is of use. Cheers.
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