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Lars Nordberg

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  1. The default size of the Overlay Brush is 500 px, which is always too big for me. Would it be possible to have the default set at last size used. In portraits I often use the overlay brush to edit the pupil of the eye. A size of 500 px is not usable, and I have to resize for every picture. I am using AP 1.9.1 and MacOS 10.15.7
  2. Hi, I am Lars Nordberg and live outside Gothenburg, Sweden. I am new to the forum, but have been using Affinity Photo since 2015. My interest in photography started in the late 1950's, mainly in portrait and landscape photography and has evolved over the years to also include close-up photography. In Affinity Photo I mainly use the Develop Persona and Focus Merging, which have added a new dimension to my close-up photography. In the forum I have found loads of tips and tricks. Eventually I will also contribute. -Lars
  3. Hi, I have now loaded the 1.9.2.227 beta. Would you please provide the details you mentioned above.
  4. Thank you for the info. Looking forward to checking out v 1.9.2
  5. In the tutorial they state: "“lens name” and “maker” must match exactly the spelling in the EXIF data". I have been able to create several lens profiles that load automatically in Develop Persona. One lens profile require a different lens name than the one in EXIF to load automatically. For my last case I have been able to create a lens profile, with the same name as in EXIF, but it does not load automatically. I have also tested numerous lens names without success. I would very much appreciate help to create the proper name, so the profile loads automatically.
  6. David! You made my day! It finally works. Thank's a lot. I have tested to add Asph., thought about what you did but didn't do it. There is one line missing in the original lensfun correction file, and that is "focal lenght". Without that line it doesn't work. Have a nice day
  7. My Panasonic "Lumix G 42.5mm F1.7" lens is recognized by AP Metadata, but not by the AP Lens Correction file. I have successfully loaded missing Lens Profiles from Lensfun, but nothing happens when I load this file. My suggestion is that you replace the AP file with a new from Lensfun, or delete the lens file in AP. A raw file is included. See also my thread "Lens Profile not loading" in this forum. 2102LNL_10055.rw2.zip
  8. There are several Panasonic lenses missing in the native Lens Profile database. A few is just a mechanical update, and by changing the name of the old lens in a "lensfun" file, I have been successful in having the lens automatically loaded in Develop Persona. One lens is missing and I copied another similar lens correction from lensfun and changed the name. It works. So why does it not work to do the same thing with my Lumix G 42.5f1.7 lens? I believe that as long as there is a Lens Profile in the native database, the lensfun profile will not replace the original. And if the original Lens
  9. David, Thank you for your answer. Difficult to believe this is nothing but a software problem. OS: macOS 10.15.7; AP: 1.9.0; Bodies used: Lumix G9, Lumix GX7, Olympus OMD-EM1 It has never worked. I have used the bodies above with this lens and with all versions of AP from 1.5. Lens always mounted directly. I have also copied the latest Lens Profiles for Panasonic lenses from Lensfun. Didn't help. For the record I am using several other lenses from Panasonic and Olympus without this problem.
  10. The lens profile for one of my lenses “Lumix G 42.5mm f/1.7” will not load automatically in Develop Persona. The Exif data is there as is the lens profile, but they don't match. I would appreciate any help to solve my little problem.
  11. In Metadata / Creator Tool the Camera Firmware is written in a raw file. Affinity Photo maintain that information when writing a jpg file. I would rather see "Affinity Photo 1.8.3" written in the jpg file, as Affinity is the Creator Tool
  12. Affinity write the camera serial number of my Olympus OMD EM1 to jpg files. But not from my Panasonic G9. As far as I can see the information is available in the raw files exif information of both cameras. See attached raw + jpg files from G9 and Affinity Photo. 2005LNL_7099.rw2
  13. My Lumix G9 raw files contain information of the lens used, i.e LEICA DG SUMMILUX 15/F1.7. Affinity Photo return a jpg file with the name LEICA DG SUMMILUX 15mm F1.7, slightly different. When I mount the same lens on my Olympus EM1, the lens in the raw files are called 15 f/1.7. Interestingly enough Affinity Photo now returns a jpg file with the name LEICA DG SUMMILUX 15/F1.7, which is what Panasonic called it in the first place. In the Develop Persona, Affinity Photo have a lens database with lens corrections. The name for this lens in the database is Leica DG Summilux 15 f/1.7 Asph. A
  14. I can provide a file, but don't know how to set up a link. If you provide an address I can send a raw file with WeTransfer. Pls advice
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