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  1. Windows 11, latest release versions of the Affinity products. Let me preface this by saying that although I've been using Affinity products for some time, I've never tried to print anything and am struggling to get what I see on my screen onto paper. Here's what I've done... In AD, I created a CMYK/8 document at 600 DPI (as that is my printer's native resolution). I'm printing to a Canon MF630 color laser printer, using the latest printer drivers w/correct profile selected. I printed to standard office paper and chose U. S. Sheetfed Uncoated V2 as the profile. The document is a proposed logo for our church, attached (I am in no way a designer and make no claim as to the quality of the design). I've tried printing using all four Rendering Intents, and I printed each using Color Handling by the printer as well as by Designer. I didn't see much (if any) difference amongst the results. The printed images are not only too dark, but I see too much red & even brown in the gradient. Have I configured something incorrectly in the document? Could I improve things if I used a better/different paper? I've spent many hours & wasted too much paper and ink trying to figure this out on my own, so I turn to the experts for assistance. Scaled Logo.afdesign
  2. Hello Affinity Users Group - I am making a mountain panorama, and the sky has no clouds, so I'm trying to spice up the sky by adding some clouds to it by cloning in clouds from a different image. Because cloud edges are fuzzy, the cloned clouds always arrive with a little bit of blue sky on the edges, and that blue sky is always a slightly different color than the blue sky of the image that it has been added to. I cloned the cloud onto a pixel layer and then tried to adjust the color of the blue sky using both HSL adjustment and selective color adjustment. I could get pretty close, but there was still a noticeable boundary between the blue of the cloned cloud and the background sky. I also tried the color replacement brush tool but had some problems with it because it matches the hue and not the saturation and level, so there are some games to play there to make things right. Open to suggestions... Thanks!
  3. When I have 2 photos and I cut the subject out of one and place it onto the background of #2, I can never seem to get the color to blend and look right. What’s the best way to do it. Is there something as simple as Photoshop’s “color match” feature? I can’t seem to find what I’m looking for yet.
  4. I am trying to colour match two images - but I cannot work out how to have both images on the screen at the dame time - the reference image, and the one I want to match. Any ideas?
  5. I have a situation where the bricks in this image are discolored. The image needs to consistent and match the darker portion. This is a large wall and I need the most effective and accurate way to accomplish this. Suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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