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  1. I shot some images yesterday using "Sunny" for the white balance option on my Canon R6. When I look at the white balance in Affinity Photo 1.10 shows as 4483k with a magenta tint of 35%. So overall the image appears to be close. In Luminar 4, it shows as 5279k with a magenta tint of 1. Looking back at other CR3 files using Affinity Photo I can see that they all have this huge magenta tint. To me this doesn't seem correct.
  2. Recently I ma experiencing problem with the white balance when I open CR3 raw file from Canon. the tint is push to the +50% and if I want to put the WB at 5600 k it is way too yellow. does anybody experience the same issue and how can you fix it ?
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