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  1. Please someone help! Did anybody have the same issue as this:
  2. Hi, see attached the color difference of the file in the program and exported as jpg with JPEG high quality settings. Also see the second attachement for my colors settings, they are in german but I think you find the values. Thanks for any help in advance!
  3. GEAR: Affinity Photo for iPad 1.6.12.86 on an iPad Pro 9.7” ISSUE: My default RGB Profile is Adobe RGB for working with raw images. When I choose "Export” and then change the ICC Profile to “sRGB” the resulting JPEG remains with the Adobe RGB profile. Is there something simple I’m missing on the iPad version to ensure exported images are given the proper ICC profile? (Note: I'm a long-time user of Affinity products, so asking this question is a bit embarrassing, but I think I’ve been looking at this problem for too long after processing a large batch of images that all ended up with the wrong color profile. )
  4. I looked in the forums and google but i couldn't really find a solid answer. Im working on an album cover and normally for all my work (regardless of if i plan to print or not i) just set it to "print" when i open a new document. I may have fiddled a bit with the profiles in the past but i cant remember what the default is. does it make any difference?
  5. Hello, i'm just trying out Affinity Photo and like it very much so far. But i encountered a strange problem for which i don't have an explanation. Here is what i did: 1. In Capture One 11 i chose "Edit with" for one of my Sony Raw files (ARW). In the popup i chose Format: PSD 16bit, ICC Profile: AdobeRGB(1998) Open with: Affinity Photo 2. On click Capture One creates an psd file and the picture opens in Affinity Photo 1.6.5.135. But the colors look different as in CaptureOne. Actually the colors look a lot like when i export the same picture as sRGB jpeg and open it e.g. in xnview. 3. The strange thing is: If i now assign the sRGB ICC profile in Affinity Photo (Document --> Assign ICC profile) to the picture it looks correct (as with AdobeRGB in Capture One and Xnview). See attached images. Image All_AdobeRGB (First picture): The same image displayed by Capture One, Xnview and Affinity Photo 1.6.5.135 with the embedded ICC profile information AdobeRGB. You can clearly see that the colors in Affinity Photo are different to the two other programs. Image sRGB_assigned_in_Affinity (Second Picture): The same image displayed by Capture One and Xnview with the embedded ICC profile information AdobeRGB. And the same image displayes by Affinity Photo 1.6.5.135 with the sRGB color profile assigned. Now all three look more or less the same. Very strange for me. OS: Win10 Pro Does someone have an explanation?
  6. Hi, My Affinity-edited photos as seen on others' devices & a calibrated projector have come out EXTREMELY over exposed. They look fine on my monitor. I have calibrated the monitor. Someone noticed the 'profile' dropdown in the Develop persona is set my default to Adobe RGB. I was told that this should always be sRGB. I can't find a way to update the default to one of the sRGB settings permanently. I have been doing my RAW conversion in Cannon's DPP as 1) RAW files don't have thumbnails & look terrible (under exposed & under saturated) in Affinity as my camera (Canon 77D) is not yet recognised by Affinity & 2) DPP has an easy way to 'fix' under & over exposed parts of the image that Affinity can't do as well as being able to view the RAW images. I then do further processing in Affinity. It appears that I will need to go into the Develop persona & change the 'profile' value before developing & exporting the image every time. Is this a common problem? Is the fix correct? Does this relate at all to my camera not being recognised? (also is there an ETA / release when this camera will be included?) I can't provide a screen dump of the images as seen by others as they look fine on my monitor but very embarrassing showing images at my camera club . Any enlightenment would be appreciated . Thanks Julie
  7. Hi all, (Digression: A quick "thank you" to all who replied to my first post - sorry I am so tardy but I shall reply soon. Appreciated.) (Apology: I have searched for colour spaces but not found this - apologies if this is a duplicate question.) Situation: I have just started using Affinity by importing seven similar tripod-shot rural photographs, each 1/3rd of a stop separated, for the purpose of bracketing and / or HDR. All were shot using Adobe RGB Colour Space. However, I notice that Affinity seems to be operating in sRGB. Questions: (i) How can I avoid Affinity converting to sRGB? and (ii) How can I ensure I am always operating in Adobe RGB whilst in Affinity? Your help will be much appreciated. Thank you in anticipation. MBF.
  8. Version: 1.5.1.54 After seeing your tutorial on working in ProPhoto and exporting to sRGB (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dGJsQiQsYs) I set up AP to work like this; documents are converted to ProPhoto on opening and my export profile is set to sRGB as per the video. However, this is producing incorrect results. It seems that the output profile is being applied BEFORE the layers are merged leading to different colours. From the video I expected it to be applied AFTER, i.e. as if you'd first done a "Merge Visible" then converted the profile to sRGB. To reproduce: Open an image in a ProPhoto or other profile. Apply HSL, White Balance or curves layer adjustments. Export a jpg with sRGB selected as output profile. Note the colours do not match AP. Convert the document to sRGB, note that they do now match. The behaviour I expect should be as stated in the video and as if I performed the following actions: With document still in ProPhoto, select Merge Visible. Convert the document to sRGB; note the colour does NOT change. Is this the expected behaviour? Thanks in advance!
  9. Each time I open Affinity Photo the color space has been reset from sRGB to sRGB_IEC61966-2.1.
  10. Hi there, I usually solely work with sRGB IEC61966-2.1 but unfortunately the exports looked like crap, so I tried every installed ICC profile and realised that the profile that the exported picture looks alike is the Samsung Natural Color Pro. I thus checked all the settings, converted the ICC to sRGB again, set it manually in the exporter but it still didnt work - it kept exporting with the Samsung profile. In the end the only solution I could find was to convert to the Samsung profile and, additionally, set it manually in the exporter instead of using document profile. This does not seem to be a solution on the long term. Maybe someone else has made similar experiences and can confirm this bug. Many thanks!
  11. I wasn't able to find an answer, so I have to ask for help with Affinity Designer. 1) I have a new document for Web, with color format RGB/8 and color profile sRGB IEC61966-2.1. 2) I create rectangle and in Color (or Swatch) pane I choose this color: RGB(73,130,23). 3) When I use Apple Digital Color Meter (showing native values) and point on color "in document window", it says RGB(73,130,23). 4) But when I point Digital Meter on any toolbar element with this color (Swatch, preview, recent colors), it says RGB(66,130,45). 5) And what's worse - when I export to PNG, DCM still says RGB(66,130,45). And as far as I tested, any other software identify this color as RGB(66,130,45). What am I doing wrong ? Thanks for any suggestion. I have just tried AD Beta 1.1.2.23308 and this is fixed !
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