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  1. In AFFINITY PHOTO, EXIF date shot lost on export I cannot find the date and time of shot after exporting the image .psd or .jpg. Date shot is OK when saving in .afphoto format — see screen shots. How can I keep date and time of shot in other formats? Thanks for the tip.
  2. As per the topic title i'm having issues when exporting to jpg from a developed raw file. I loose the original date shot from the exif data. This in itself is a workflow nightmare when you have a copious amount of RAW files to get through and have them display in date order correctly. I could go through and edit the exported jpg with an exif editor but this is seriously the last option i would turn to. Any ideas are welcome. QH
  3. Hello, Software: Affinity Photo I am currently developing my pictures in RAW format. I export them to JPEG and I would like to know how to keep the date and time identical to the original RAW file. Is this possible and if so, how do I do? Thank you for your help. ;)
  4. I'm not a very experienced user, so this might be pretty simple. I use Affinity Photo mostly to develop RAW images (shot with a Lumix GM5 if it's relevant). I'm not sure this has always been the case, but currently when I develop the raw, export it to jpg, and then import the jpg to the Mac Photos, the "time taken" changes to the date/time of the development and not of the actual photo. Is there any way to control this? (OK, this workflow might not be the simplest one... but I'm used to it.)
  5. When I save an image using the "Export" persona, I seem to be missing the info on the date taken. I can see it in another editing program after an edit an export. Scratching my head in confusion. What am I doing wrong?
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