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Hi all, I've been using AFphoto since its beginnings and it's the first time I have this kind of problem. The DJI_0452x5.jpg file was exported from Affinity Photo 2. It shows a large yellowish area in the sky around the spot where the sun had just set down. The weird thing is that while editing the image in Affinity Photo, that area looks orange, just like the sky on its sides: I can't understand why exporting the image, colours change, and they change only in that area. Some more details about the workflow: - the orange colour of the sky is yielded by a HSL layer (yellow shift and saturation): the sky originally look all yellowish - the image comes from an HDR merge of 5 tiff files, done in Affinity Photo - each tiff image comes from the same DNG raw file, exported to tiff 5 times with 5 different exposure settings, in order to cover a -2...+2 stop range (this step was not done in AFPhoto) - more than weird (to me): if I take a screenshot of Affinity Photo while editing the afphoto file, the screenshot looks exactly like the exported jpg and has the yellowish area in the middle of the sky, while the same area, in the same moment, is orange in Affinity Photo. - Affinity Photo 2.0.4 + MacOS Big Sur 11.7.2 on Apple M1 chip I could not attach the afphoto file, I guess it's too big (220 MB): it can be downloaded through this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/16wIC5zlyBDsSE3BK4w6cyHTizeOwUoNd/view?usp=share_link Thanks a lot in advance for any suggestion. Stefano
I just noticed the clip feature which is a pretty neat function. I would like to make an unclipped version of the project I am working on and was wondering can I have both version in the same file? Do I make a duplicate of this file and have two separate files? When I make variations with Design and Publisher I do it within the same file.