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  1. Affinity Photo v 1.6.7 Mojave 10.14 If I load the RAW file using the Serif Labs RAW engine lens correction is not handled properly. However, if I try to get around this by changing the RAW engine to Apple (Core Image Raw) the image is severely mangled: it's split in two. But the file loads fine in Finder and in Photos. To get around this I use the Serif Labs RAW engine and turn off lens correction and correct the image myself. Just thought I'd let you know. If anyone knows an easier fix, I'd much appreciate it.
  2. Thank you all so much for your input. Switching the raw engine to Apple in the Develop Assistant does the trick. Thanks again!
  3. Opening a Canon (.cr2) RAW file (ISO 500) in Affinity Photo (V 1.6.7) results in corners that appear to be burnt out, as though by a bright lamp. The corners are black and then there's a bright white line that bleeds into the photo a bit. This is on an iMac running Mojave 10.14. It doesn't happen with every file. I can't predict when it will happen. The "burnt out" corners only appear when loaded into Affinity. They are not present when the file is viewed in Finder. It persists when I press Develop and are also there after I export to .jpeg. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. WalterS

    Depth of Field Live Filter Layer Bug

    That did it. Thank you very much, owner and MEB!
  5. Using the Depth of Field Live Filter Layer creates a thin white border around the image when radius is set high enough. The threshold is not always the same. I guess it depends on the image.
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