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  1. The difference between what I spec on my Apple Studio monitor (Mac OS 12.3.1 and Affinity Photo 1.10.5) consistently yield prints (Canon Pro-2100) about 1/3 stop overexposed. Can someone kindly help me sort out how to achieve results that jibe between my display and my printer output; i.e., what I see onscreen and in my final print?
  2. I'm mixing PNG photos. All photos are good before doing "Place ..." When exporting to PNG the image in the editor is different from the exported image. The exported image appears to be overexposed. I need help solving it. Thank you... A sample is attached. HApps
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