Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'adobergb'.
Found 3 results
nomadicfreedom posted a topic in Affinity on Desktop Questions (Mac and Windows)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 126.96.36.199. 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 188.8.131.52 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 184.108.40.206 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?
Rasmus0 posted a topic in Affinity on Desktop Questions (Mac and Windows)I have taken some raw pictures with my Nikon D5300 camera using adobeRGB format. When I import them to affinity photo (AP), first I do nothing to change the color profile and edit them as if they were sRGB, then I try and export them as jpegs using the embed ICC profile sRGB. But when i open this file in another program it says that it is a adobeRGB color profile, and I can see that the color does not match. Then I go back to AP and change the assign a adobeRGB profile to the picture and I get somthing that is similler to the export. I then choose to convert to the sRGB profile, and then do my andjustment, and export to jpeg using the embed ICC profile sRGB. However it still seems that the profiled red by the external program is adobeRGB, and the convertion has not made much difference. There is still a discrepancy between what i see in AP and what I see in the external photo viewer. I do not know if I am doing somthing wrong or if there is a bug with export, in that the ICC profile from the raw file is still included?
Hi Forum, I shoot in Adobe RGB and have likewise set color space in AP to Adobe RGB. However, whenever I open an image in AP a get a prompt saying the file was converted to Adobe RGB. Is this a bug or intentional? Thanks