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  1. MacOS. 10.15.7 Affinity Publisher 1.10.4 I am preparing a book of black and white photos to be printed in four color B/W. The picture files are RGB placed into my Affinity doc set up in cmyk. Images which I adjust (levels, brightness/contrast etc.) in Affinity Publisher all show a colour shift. Most of the time the shift is very subtle and barely noticeable in Publisher but when I export to PDF the shift becomes very obvious. The greater the adjustment, the greater the colour shift usually towards blue. I have used the same method to publish full colour images with adjustments giving no adverse effect. Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong? See the attached screengrab
  2. I'm working on some old black and white images (old negatives converted to digital) but finding it difficult to find the right tools. The black and white adjustment layer doesn't work, hsl doesn't work etc. I can work with, levels, brightness and contrast, exposure, curves. I can select mid tones etc. Does anyone have any tips or are there any tutorials showing the best way to work with b&w images?
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