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  1. Good morning! Here is a panorama (stitched together a few photos to create it) of San Francisco and it's nice skyline. The photos were taken years ago and due to plenty of free time now I discovered it again and edited them into this panorama. Any feedback or input is welcome!
  2. My team and I work on 360 video content and often are required to do complex masking and removals on certain 360 equirectangular shots. Previously, we have utilised Photoshop's '360 Spherical Panorma' tool to do these removals. However, upon inspection, have realised that even when using 8K source images, Photoshop seems to drastically downsample the image quality in areas we have patched and corrected to the point that details become indistinguishable. This drastically reduces the image quality in shots and is very noticeable. Does the same issue occur in Affinity, or is image quality retained when applying patches/cleanup in the 360 Live Editing Tool? Any answers would be greatly appreciated
  3. Hi, Iam new to affinity to photo. I have watched videos on how to create a panorama and it looks very simple. File> New panorama > Add > select photos > stitch panorama. Accept I for what ever reason can't get to add my pictures. I press the button then nothing happens. If i click again it pretends that it is doing something but nothing happens. im on a later 2013 mac book pro. I expected it to be slow but, I can't find anywhere that says that this feature is not open to older machines. Can anyone lend any advice. Thanks in advance
  4. From two .jpg images a simple panorama should be created. After the merge I was able to crop the panorama. Then I wanted to add some corrections (cloning, re-imaging) and found that these tools and others are not available. Why not? Then I wanted to undo the cropping (CTRL + Z). That worked too, but now the picture is frozen: Any attempts to use a different tool or make an adjustment failed. I had to kill the program via the Task Manager. Aus zwei .jpg-Aufnahmen sollte ein einfaches Panorama erstellt werden. Nach der Zusammenführung konnte ich das Panorama noch beschneiden. Dann wollte ich noch einige Korrekturen anbringen (klonen, nachbelichten) und stellte dabei fest, dass diese Werkzeuge und auch andere nicht zur Verfügung stehen. Warum eigentlich nicht? Daraufhin wollte ich das Beschneiden rückgängig machen (STRG+Z). Auch das hat noch geklappt, aber jetzt ist das Bild eingefroren: Alle Versuche, ein anderes Werkzeug zu verwenden oder eine Anpassung zu machen, schlugen fehl. Ich musste das Programm über den Task-Manager beenden. Then came the query and I think it's good that there is this query. In this case I responded with "Cancel", whereupon the window was closed. Danach kam die Abfrage und ich finde es gut, dass es diese Abfrage gibt. In diesem Fall habe ich mit "Abbrechen" reagiert, worauf das Fenster geschlossen wurde. Then I restarted AP 1.7.2.414 Beta and again came a query. Also, I think that's very good, that not everything is lost after a chrash. Darauf habe ich AP 1.7.2.414 Beta neu gestartet und wieder kam eine Abfrage. Auch das finde ich sehr gut, dass nach einem Chrash noch nicht alles verloren ist. I responded with "ja =yes" and could easily continue working. I enclose the DMP-file with the crash-report. Darauf habe ich mit "ja" geantwortet und konnte problemlos weiter arbeiten. Die DMP-Datei mit dem crash-report füge ich bei. e7e90c9b-4f4a-43ff-90c2-7162d34d5204.dmp Grüße Guzzi
  5. Hi, I am having a problem with panorama stitching. I want to create a panorama of a waterfall out of 20 or so images. While most of the images fit in correctly, there is one that Affinity Photo does not recognise. It has quite a decent overlap but most of the photograph depicts water and therefore as it moves across different photographs the program most likely cannot detect any common control points on the surrounding images. While there are similar features (rocks, wave pattern, foam shapes) on the image and the surrounding ones, I am unable to stitch this panorama in full - water is a bit tricky for panoramas. Is there a way of manually adding the photograph into the panorama and setting the control points/location/tweaking it?
  6. Hallo and happy new Year! When I stitch a panorama an use the Crop-Tool there are 2 Issues: 1. After using the button "An gedeckter Fläche zuschneiden" (I think in english it's called: "crop to opaque") the Grid always behaves like "original size" no matter which mode is selected. I cannot move single points without changing the others. In earlier Program-Versions it worked correctly. 2. If I klick on the Button "Vorgaben" ("settings" between "cancel" and Mode) Affinity Photo crashes.
  7. Hi all, Hopefully I have posted this in the correct place, although I'm not convinced I have, apologies if so. I have a problem with a panorama I have made. I didn't think to take a second row of photos for the sky, but didn't like the balance of the picture once I had blended the pano. As such I extended the sky vertically in affinity, however this has created an odd looking sky. The real solution would be to get it right first time; I will make sure to take more than one row next time, even if it is just blank sky. Out of interest though, is there anything I can do to homogenise the sky so it's not separated into the vertical zones as below? I believe the zones have been created by the colour/intensity of the lights from the buildings. Origional pano, screenshot from capture one: Pano with sky extended, screenshot from Affinity: Workflow: the pano is comprised of 17 images, all shot in RAW (3.2 secs ISO 100, F5.6) and WB corrected to same value in capture one 20, then files exported as 16 bit TIFFs to PTGui where the pano was stitched, then opened in Affinity to use Mesh Warp to adjust perspective and in-painting to accommodate the warp. The sky was then extended, as described above. Thanks in advance, Freddie
  8. Hi, I've a mobile shot panorama photo and when this photo with affinity, it closes automatically. No error / report on the screen. please can you help. PS - cannot upload the photo, attached screen print.
  9. Evening everyone, This one is doing my head in, I'm a new user of Affinity so I may be missing something very simple... I'm trying to create a panorama out of three photos I took of a storm front on Friday evening but once I click the button to stitch them it says no panorama found? I have used Affinity Photo to create one other pano previously to which it worked incredibly well. For some reason, I can't upload the images (roughly 5.8mb each) receiving a -200 error, so have provided a screenshot of the images that I am trying to use. As you can see they should be able to be stitched together and it *should* make a reasonable photo, does Affinity have any limitations on Pano's (eg. must comprise at least 5 images)? Hoping i'm just doing something wrong... Windows 10 version Cheers, Andrew.
  10. The picture is a panorama made from 27 TIFF images totaling about 2 GB size. AP did a fine job, fast, with such a large total file size and number of images. cheers, unni
  11. The tonemap persona leaves a visible seam if you tonemap any 360 HDR or HDRI panoramic image. Previous errors raised (6 month ago) got some reassurances that 360 and HDR handling would be improved but so far I can't see that. Anybody any idea if there are any plans to improve 360 handling? Cheers.
  12. Hi Affinity team. During the last days I tested the Windows version of Affinity Photo 1.5.1 and checked out those parts most important to me: RAW processing, HDR/Tone mapping and stitching Panoramas. (The video tutorials are great for newbies concerning your software.) I am happy to see all these features under a common hood and working reasonably well (although there are issues like the wrong histogram displayed in Develop persona which will refrain me from using Photo as default RAW software for now.) What I want to achieve: For years now I'm accustomed to create HDR images from a single RAW file instead a series of JPG or RAW files. The benefit is that there are no problems with motion (and thus ghosting) in the image, and no softness as a potential side-effect of the automatic alignment of handheld shots. Today's DSLR cameras create RAW images which can easily compensate 3 EV steps. (Depending on sensor size and ISO, the downside can be higher noise in dark areas, but that's acceptable for me.) My conventional approach is to develop 3-5 differently exposed JPG images (usually with different noise reduction settings) and then creating the HDR from these. This approach is very cumbersome with Affinity Photo, which does not even remember the RAW conversion settings I last used by default. Once a RAW file is developed, the Develop persona is closed and I have to start over for the next exposure. (In contrast to a dedicated raw converter like Canon's DPP or Nikon's NX-D where this is a no-brainer and easily done.) But maybe Affinity has a better approach? What if you could develop the raw file and apply a tone mapping without JPGs inbetween? Lets see, Photo Persona works in 32 bit, and RAW files can be developed to 32 bit HDR. Sounds promising. 1. I import the RAW file, disable applying the tone curve and leave the exposure-related settings untouched. 2. Then I put the developed 32 bit image into the Tone mapping persona -> Voilá, a developed HDR image. And what if I have a panorama of single RAW images which needs HDR processing? 1. You can start a "New batch job", select the RAW files to process and choose EXR as output format. 2. Then you can continue creating the panorama with "New panorama" and select the EXR files as shown in the HDR panorama video tutorial. 3. After the panorama has been stitched, it can be tone mapped in the Tone Mapping persona. Cool - this is a real time saver and more flexible regarding adjustments compared to my previous workflows which would mean first tone mapping every HDR image and then stitching the (hopefully equally exposed) JPGs together. Matthias.
  13. after processing 360 panorama (very good result!) I get always a vertical line at the joint of the image. it si not in the unprocessed panorama.. also color right and left from line is quite different. the line itself is removable applying inpainting brush tool in live projection -> equirectangular projection. question is how to get uniform color on both sides. if there is a better workaround than inpaint brush tool please tell ma. thx a lot! cris
  14. Hello from Hamburg, please help me to fix the following error: no panorama found no panorama found.bmp
  15. Hello, I am new to affinity, I have a macbook pro 2012, 2.9hz, 8g Ram, with mac os 10.15.1 catalina. I did a lot of panorama with lightroom, and try to do so with affinity. Must of my pictures are in RAW format, Affinity work well to do the preview, but when I ask to create the panorama, it is very long, and crash everything. Do I need to change affinity setting due the size format ? Please anyone help me, I had maybe 6 panorama waiting. You can see a exemple of my previous picture with lightroom.
  16. I miss the abillity to place photos into the panorama editor via drag and drop.
  17. Hey guys, I wanted to create a panorama with affinity because my raw converter (on1) lacks in terms of performance for big panoramas. Overall affinity does a really great and quickly job, but the panorama seems to be very unsharp against my version from on1. So I thought that in on1 maybe some automatic sharpening has happen before I even touch the raw. So I opened just one raw (out of the eight from the panorama) in affinity and I opened the same in the default preview app from MacOS. Again, Affinity is not as sharp as the unedited preview app. But this particular image detail was still clearly sharper in a single photo than in the rendered panorama. I know that I have several options for sharpening in Affinity, but how is it possible, that the raw file is so blurry? Do you think the default preview app in MacOS do also a automatic sharpening (and maybe other stuff) when I open a raw file? Enclosed I attach a screenshot from the single raw. On the left you can see the preview of MacOS and on the right the photo in Affinity. Since the sky on the left side is grainy, OSX actually seems to sharpen the preview of the raw file automatically, right? Thank you in advance. Greetings
  18. Hello, I am having repeat difficulty rendering panorama's since latest update to 1.7.3.481 Continual repeat crash when rendering panorama's (regardless 50-350photos each) PC Specs: i5, 4670k, 4.1ghz (water cooled, temps under 75 Celcius when 100% cpu) 32gb DDR3 / 1600 (XMP 2400) Raid 0 2x1tb Windows/Program Raid 10 4x4tb (Source folder's) 4tb Spare drive (stand alone) RX590 8gb "fatboy series" AMD Video Card. 3x Benq 24" Displays (1920x1080). Windows 10 Latest updates. All drivers thoroughly up to date. Page file not on Raids, just the spare 4tb. Affinity Photo, i've set for 8, 16, or 24gb's (it uses upwards to 28gb's if I max it of the original ram, before page). Still same issue. Right now I have 4x "pano" source folders, (1,2,3, & 4). All Source files are JPG/ Taken by Samsung S8+ 13mp each I believe. Folder 1: 355 Jpegs, Total 2.19gb Folder 2: 310 Jpegs, Total 1.98gb Folder 3: 276 Jpegs, Total 1.53gb Folder 4: 116 Jpegs, Total 723mb (0.72gb ish) I've tried a catch all at once, toss them all in and see. What is found, then render. I've tried separately to just do folder 4, or 3, etc, smallest first I figured... It can get to the preview part, but when rendering... after a few hours the app fully exits/crashes. I've monitored on Task manager. The drive/memory/cpu and some GPU is used. I'm grasping at straws here. I have done the intel raid check. 0 errors entirely. I've defragged thoroughly. I've trimmed startup apps, scheduled tasks, etc. Literally minimized to maximized performance. I've even set priority of affinity photo to "above normal" I'll happily adjust or customize settings further if any theories help. I recognize panorama's take TIME. I know this thoroughly. I check back every few hours to see progress pro/con. If anyone has suggestions/idea's, hugely appreciated. What else is needed here to proceed/gain support, but proactively in the right direction? - RMLeLoup P.S. Thanks in advance for the thorough read. Edit: Updated version #, Edit 2: How do I get a "crash report" ? If needed, i'll attach, and upload samples if required also. (Have 185/185 fiber/unlim, happy to ts, don't mind)
  19. I was wondering at how I'd be able to recreate the content aware fill (on photoshop) shown in this video (at 1:45). Does affinity have something like this? I've tried using the inpainting brush tool, but could not really achieve a good result on a panorama I'm working on with AP (attached).
  20. Hi, I am trying to merge some photos (DNG files) as a panorama, the program (v1.7.3.481) completes the stitch step, I then press OK and it goes to rendering panorama and then the program drops out completely. There is plenty of memory as at the point of failure, the program is using a little over half the memory set as maximum (and is available) but it does seem to be a size limitation of some nature because if I reduce the number of files down it seems to work ok - there are 32 files and 16 (the first 16 or last 16) appears to work ok...not sure why I am hitting some limitation so any pointers appreciated. Crash report attached. Thanks 2786f01c-b006-4781-b9e6-453cf8e30d18.dmp
  21. Stitched and processed 5 HDR images shot with default camera app on my trusty iPhone 7 (I know, vintage!) in Affinity Photo for iPad... Got much better results this way than using the iPhone's built in panorama mode, which is very hard to get a straight horizon with....
  22. UPDATE: OOPS - THIS BELONGS IN PHOTO FORUM Just some quick notes on the New Panorama UI and related issues. I was trying to stitch a 10 image panorama. I had a very slow workflow. In the UI presented when tapping the button to select photos from Apple's Photos app, there is no option to deselect the square crop view; seeing the entire photo and its orientation helps identify which images to select. Currently it's not an intuitive process. Also, there seems to be quite a bit of unused space all around the "Images" list and "Panorama" list in the main Panorama UI, which forces one to excessively scroll on the left Images list while trying to decipher the tiny icons' orientation. Same for the Panorama preview list on the right, it is tiny as well. I'm working on an 11" iPad Pro with more limited real estate than the 12.9" Keep up the great work, the apps are incredible and you guys are trailblazing bringing desktop feature set to mobile device
  23. Amazed at the abilities of this software. Didn't even know that some of the abilites were even available in photo processing software
  24. Created in Affinity Photo Panorama and caption. Do you know the mountains? http://panorama.welling.ch/Z/rigi/rigi.html
  25. Why doesn't Affinity Photo Panorama Persona import .afphoto files?
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