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  1. Hi, I am a new affinity user. Having come over from Adobe CC I would preview my images in LR before importing to PS for editing. What are the raw image preview options you recommend? I like affinity once I have the correct image selected to import, but it's finding the right image and evaluating/comparing them before import that's now the issue. Thanks, Bec
  2. What do you reckon should be the flatten image policy? . I am looking at exporting for fine art printing. It would be great publishing a comprehensive tutorial on layers and files . Seems to me that this the main difference from Photoshop and the main obstacle for photographers like me who wants to make the transition and use PSCC, LR and AP In the same workflow . The videos are great but they need to detail a complete workflow and its various options. Thank you!
  3. Hi, I have bought Affinity Photo last night after 2 days of searching on the net. I have been using Lightroom for 1 year, as hobby and semi-pro works. I really enjoy it but i feel that I should move forward and Lightroom is just a quick package edit tool limits you in some ways. I have never used Adobe PS, and I have to learn everything here with Affinity Photo. What would you offer me for the start for fast learning? Should I start to watch all of Affinity Tutorial videos with taking notes and ailing them on my photos? or would it be good to watch Adobe PS tutorials too, as it has more source to watch and read and not that different from Affinity Photo? Thank you' Oflatun
  4. Hey folks, Photos selected to edit in Photo from Lightroom don’t appear to honour the capture listed in the meta data. When selecting to sort my photos by capture time in Lightroom, the edited photos are now sorted at the very beginning of my catalogue. Fortunately I have a backup, but I’m now hesitant to edit photos from Lightroom in Affinity. Anyone know what’s up?
  5. I'm really enjoying affinity photo and designer software, and it will be great if affinity creates a program to manage the content and photos, like bridge, lightroom, aperture, iPhoto, Photos, etc...
  6. Hi, i think i found a bug: I'm using Lightroom (Version 6) I have set Affinity Photo as Editor, so i can right-click an image in Lightroom to "edit in - Affinity Photo". Now two things happen, depending on which picture format you set up in Lightroom for the external editor. a) If you set it to TIF, you can edit the picture in Affinity Photo and if you save, the changes are transfered over to Lightroom as expected. fine. BUT: You cannot deal with Layers! If you have added layers, you will get a message when you try to save it - If you OK it, the link to Lightroom is lost. Only work-around: Flatten the Image (to one layer) before saving it. Bad as you cannot come back to edit it again later. b) If you set it to PSD, you can edit the picture BUT again, if you have layers you have a problem. And If you doesn't have layers the link to Lightroom is broken too - you always will get a Save-As-Dialog As far as i know, PSD is a kind of TIF and both are able to hold layers. Shouldn't Affinity Photo able to save the layers within either format and still be compatible to Lightroom? I'm really missing that. I'm not 100% sure but i think this works with one of the betas?
  7. Hi, I don't see a place to add metadata to an image. This would be an important feature especially to me as a professional photographer, thanks. Also, export to lightroom would also be a good feature to add.
  8. Hi there, I'm testing Affinity Photo, like what I currently see and what's on the roadmap. However, I don't care at all for Media Browser. Since I use Lightroom right now, any other options besides that? Open source? lower cost? Thanks in advance.
  9. Well the subject tells it all : Make chafing the brush size a very nifty and much more intuitive operation like Adobe Lightroom can do. J.
  10. Hi Would it be possible, and therefore perfect :-) to create just like in lightroom a brush inside the develop-mode to adjust for example exposure locally? thanks in advance Looking great!
  11. When you finish working on affinity photo then It would be great if you made simple app which replace lightroom and discontinued aperture. Also I think making that app in this year would be business wise decision because you can use all the fuss about photo editing programs on apple app market.
  12. One of the things that really bugged me about my PS / LR workflow is the way that Photos would get passed back and forth between the two apps. With a typical workflow you start with a Photo in LR and then need to send it to PS to do something that LR can't do. LR makes a copy of the photo so when you are done editing it you now have two similar photos in your library. If you decide you want to edit the photo again you now have three copies and then four etc. The way this operation should really work is you make an adjustment in Apple's upcoming Photos app, say move the brightness to 27, and then when you export the file to Affinity Photo it uses the same photo instead of a copy of the photo. You should then see your brightness adjustment of 27 in Affinity Photo and then be able to make an adjustment to the brightness again to 15 which should then show up in the settings to Apple's app as you return back to it. I can understand some of the reasons why Adobe's workflow was clumsy, they were trying to get a 17 year old app to work with a brand new app after all. But now that both Apple and Affinity are both starting out at version 1 and at essentially the exact same time let's try and get the way this works under control. I disagree with many people on this forum that Adobe's photo solution works pretty well I think there is a huge opportunity for taking on Adobe in this area.
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