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  1. That's brilliant and fixes it, many thanks! I didn't assume that there is such an easy solution.
  2. Dear Affinity experts, frequently I encounter an issue: I make a selection that reaches the edge(s) of the image Then I soften the edges of the selection Then I apply an adjustment layer for gaussian blur. Unfortunately the edges of the image where the selection was, get transparent. How can I fix or work around this? I attached a screenshot. In this case I intended to use the blur in order to remove strong noise in the sky. (Unfortunately the "remove noise" filter didn't work for this image as the noise was too course). Best regards and have a nice pre-Christmas period Ulrich
  3. Hi MEB, are there any new aspects regarding this issue? I just started with astro imaging and would urgently need this feature when I'm using my fisheye. Workflow would be much easier and straigthforward.
  4. Installed version 1.8 today. Cannot find this feature neither in the program nor in the release notes. Seems to me that it has not been implemented in this version?
  5. Hi Chris, I uploaded the images. In the past sometimes the effect was stronger, however I switched to Zerene then and dropped the images. Thanks in advance for looking into! Best regards - Ulrich
  6. Hi there, when using the focus stacking feature of Affinity Photo, there are faint shadows at the edges in the result as visible in the attachment. (I lifted up the shadows a bit in order to make the effect visible better). When using Zerene there are no such shadows. However it would be easier if I could do the stacking and further optimization in AP. Can this be fixed? I know that this can be corrected in AP but the procedure is time consuming. Best regards - Ulrich
  7. I'm missing this feature either urgently. Any new aspects?
  8. Hi MEB, thanks for this hint. I found this item in the filters, but unfortunately the situation is the same: No effect on the image.
  9. The same situation for me: I have the Olympus 8mm Fisheye Pro too. At first I was pleased when I noticed that this lens was recognized, but unfortunately there is no correction. Pitty! JPG-Illuminator does it perfectly, however it's annoying to switch from one software to another.
  10. Hi Carl, thanks for this info. Thus it seems to be a bug in Affinity Photo. Fine that Faststone does it without issues, I will need this in future.
  11. Both, I've posted the thumbnails only for demonstration, the fullsize images look the same. I have used the batch processing, didn't develop the images manually.
  12. Hi there, I've converted some images from Olympus Raw (orf) to png format by batch processing (File - New Batch Processing). Unfortunately the brightness of the png images is reduced a lot compared to the original ones. How can I fix this? Best regards - Ulrich
  13. That's really stunning, works like magic! Thanks for posting!
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