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  1. 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.
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