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  1. Hello All, I'm a new member, but long time user of Affinity Photo who is curious if anyone has experience with Infrared raw conversions to B&W in AP and is anyone working in IR with the Sony a7R series mirrorless cameras? Thanks, Roc
  2. I remember seeing a link to an outside tutorial for people without IR-converted cameras but ho’d like to suggest some of the color range, grain and “bloom” sen in IR film photography. It was quite comprehensive, but I made the mistake of forgetting to save the link to it. Now I’m unable to locate any discussion within the community - including some of my in posts and examples - when I pursue a basic search such as “infrared”. Perhaps i have finally blown too many neuronal pahs to function, so please, can anyone point my nose correctly? TIA
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