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Omar Upegui R.

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  1. Hello Zubie: FYI, V1.6.5.135 is the latest version of Affinity Photo. It is the same version I have. I run this software on an HP laptop with an i5 CPU and 8 GB of memory running on Windows 10 Pro. Everything works fine at this end. I wish I could help you further, but I'm not a computer expert. Best of luck in solving your problem.
  2. Omar Upegui R.

    Nik Color Efex Pro 4 and Viveza wrong colors

  3. I have several issues with Affinity Photo. These are: 1. How do I exit from Affinity Photo after saving my edited photos? I get confusing messages from the software that I do not understand. 2. When using Viveza 2 I can see weak or washed up colors on my screen. In order to enjoy the true colors of the photograph to be edited, I have to magnify it to 33%. Anything below that won't work. The same is true with the small Loupe screen on the bottom right. 3. Randomly the software won't run. In order to have it working, I have to restore my computer. This is very annoying. Can you please help me? I want to use the software but these pesky bugs are getting on my nerves. If problems persist I will be forced to subscribe to Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop. Thanks in advance, Omar Upegui R.
  4. Omar Upegui R.

    Nik Color Efex Pro 4 and Viveza wrong colors

    I read the response, but that doesn't solve the problem. I paid for this software and expect that it would work correctly. Viveza 2 is the tool I use the most. Not happy with Affinity Photo and will most likely jump to Adobe's bandwagon if the problem is not solved shortly.
  5. Omar Upegui R.

    Nik Color Efex Pro 4 and Viveza wrong colors

    That is exactly my problem using Windows 10 Pro. Below 33% magnification, I will see a washed out image. This bug only happens with Viveza 2. All the other Nik tools work flawlessly. I feel really bad about this problem and Customer Service at Affinity Photo won't respond. This does not happen with Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop.
  6. I plan to buy the 2018 version of Nik Collection since DxO claims it will be updated regularly thus I will be up to speed with all improvements made. The 2012 version is outdated, and I will not be comfortable using it. I have a gut feeling that in the near future Affinity Photo will take care of this bug if it receives enough messages from us users advising them of the problem. A few minutes ago, I tried a new trick to enhance the washed up colors of the uploaded photograph. The problems seem to be the levels of magnification. If you increase the magnification level (+ sign) to 33% the photograph will look exactly like the one you uploaded from your hard disk. Then you can go ahead and make your adjustments as usual. I can live with that until the bug is crushed. Thank you for your assistance.
  7. I'm using the free 30-day trial version. However, I 'm having problems with RGB Color Space. Apparently, Color Collection and Affinity Photo have a compatibility problem with this issue. I have been looking at several YouTube videos to see if I can solve the bug. So far I have not been successful. If the problem continues, I have no choice but to buy the paid version which is $69.00.
  8. Not anymore. DxO starting charging for Nik Collection effective July 1, 2018. The price is currently $69.00 (U.S. Dollars). However, there is a free 30-day trial option before you buy.
  9. I have the Nik Collection suite released in 2018 and still have the same problem with colors. Images from my hard disk are clear and bright, but when I upload them to Affinity Photo and open the Nik Collection plugin, the colors are weak and washed out. It is very discouraging because I like Nik Collection, but can't use it as a standalone application. I though Affinity and Nik Collection had this color problem iron out by now. No joy. Am I missing something?
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