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This is a bug report for scanning color documents into Affinity Photo on Mac. Moderator: I was registered on the legacy Serif forums, which did not automatically transfer to Affinity forums. I can reproduce when attempting color scans. (Note: Black & White, aka, gray-scale scans, however, import correctly.) Yes, this happens with a new document. Environment... OS & Version: Mac OS X Catalina (10.15.2) Expectation: Color scan will import / acquire from flatbed scanner correctly in Affinity Photo (attached: see color preview in 'Acquire Image' dialog) A
I used to be able to scan from my Brother MFC-8480DN to my iMac in Photo with no problems, but now it seems to result in an odd, disjointed scan of the object different from what was showing on the overview scan dialog (see screenshots below). Any idea why this is happening now with this 1.5.2 version of Photo or is it just this particular scanner?
Hi, I just downloaded the trial version of Affinity Photo to determine if it can replace Photoshop Elements (for Mac) for my purposes. I am using a photo/slide scanner to digitize and fix faded family slides, negatives, and photos that were damaged in a flood. Does Affinity Photo handle 35mm slides and negatives as well as photos? If so, how do I do it; my scanner handles slides, negatives and photos. If not, is this a feature you may be adding in the future? Thank you for any help you can provide. Katya
To whom it may concern: I truly like Affinity photo, but I have a few issues about the program. First. The Aquire Photo does not work. It will not recognize my drives—internal or external. Also, it does not recognize any of my card readers. At this moment, that part of the program is useless. Second. The inpainting brush does not work when clicked on. If I click another brush in that set it will work, but not if I click it on first. Also, if I do any color correction then go back to the inpainting brush or any brush nothing works. It's very frustrating.