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  1. RAW development in Photo limits color gamut to sRGB. This is independent from the color settings. On my system color space is set to Adobe RGB. See picture. The status line during raw development shows "sRGB... (linear)" for a brief moment. See second picture. May be this is the bug in the processing cue. Color gamut was checked with softproof layer. No other colors than sRGB, i.e. no grey areas. Same raw file with different raw development tool results in wider gamit, i.e. appearing gray areas when checking against sRGB. The behaviour is in Photo 1.6.4.104 and in the beta version 1.6.5.119 I use Photo on a Window 10 Notebook. Camera is Sony Alpha6000.
  2. Hi, I have the latest version of Affinity Photo running on a MacBook Pro 17" under macOS 10.12.6. When I use a Soft Proof adjustment layer to soft proof my edited photo before printing, I check the box to show the out-of-gamut areas. The tutorial leads me to believe they should be grey, but they seem to be black on my setup, and, depending on the photo, it takes a lot of playing around with the Curves adjustment to get rid of most of them. Is there a special meaning to black areas, as opposed to grey? While I'm at it: Where can I read up on curves, gamut, etc.? I've never used such a photo editing program before, not even Lightroom or Photoshop. Thanks.
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