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  1. Somewhat frustrating to say the least. I have been having problems importing portrait orientation NEF images from Photos on my iPad. This problem has existed for some time now, although it never existed in earlier releases of the application. The issue has been mentioned by me before and after assurances this would be fixed I had high hopes with this recent update. Sadly, the problem persists. My workaround is to save the files to the file system and use import from cloud which works, but what a pain! When importing a portrait orientation NEF image from Photos the imported image is very low resolution and reversed in the horizontal plane. It’s highly pixelated and quite unusable. Please either resolve the issue or just let me know it’s not going to happen.
  2. how to import RAW photo with sRGB colour profile to Affinity photo ( i pad) ?
  3. Hi to the Affinity community, I am trying to process some RAW files from a Nikon D610 (NEF) and after importing the pictures from the memory card to Photos, I import them inside Affinity Photo. The issue I have is that the pictures are imported like if there is no resolution at all, looking like giant pixels. Here is attached 3 files: 1. The display of the image in Photos 2. The message seen during the import of the picture from Photos 3. The result of the Import Does anyone have seen such behavior before and is there a way to fix it? My version of Affinity Photo is: 1.9.2.
  4. This has happened twice to me since the new update in which I try to open a RAW file and I receive this message (See photo attached). I’ve been able to open other raw files perfectly and it seems that I can get around the problem by sharing the files to Affinity Photo via the Documents app.
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