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  1. Hi! I noticed some problems with RAW processing (Fuji X-T20) when intense blue stage light appears on the photo. There are no details in it. In addition, during basic processing, this light changes its shade to purple. RAW file download: https://we.tl/t-KoS6tF7RyZ SOOC JPG: RAW from C1: RAW from Develop Persona: My settings:
  2. Hello guys, I learn how to work with Affinity Photo. I have got enclosed a file from this source https://discuss.pixls.us/t/out-of-the-box-raw-rendering-not-up-to-jpegs/6669/23 and I have tried to change the colors of the bridge. In another editor, I can change the colors quite well but in Affinity Photo is a problem for me. If somebody can help me with how to correct these colors I will be delighted. DSCF1110.RAF
  3. So i bought affinity photo and designer not long ago, literally 2-3 days before the discount appeared... And now i'm having weird issues with it using raw files. Fuji X-T1 raw import looks very weird compared to photoshop Please see attached pictures. Here's the raw file https://www.dropbox.com/s/dki5sxll5fx0v6w/bigwheel-colors-messedup.zip Why does this picture looks like the big wheel is oversaturated, no shades of purple, just uniform purple all over it in affinity photo and on photoshop it has many shades of purple all the way to white? What i'm i doing wrong in affinity photo? If i lower the saturation it just makes it less saturated but the overall shades stay the same proportions. The only thing i edited on the first one that is affinity photo is the exposure to match the one when i import it in photoshop. I didnt edited it at all in photoshop import. It's a raw file from my fuji x-t1 and 10mm lens f4. I also tried with the white balance to match the photoshop render on affinity photo but it just makes the big white left spotlights weird. Top picture is in affinity photo, bottom is on photoshop. Thanks!!
  4. So here's what it's doing. When it imports into the develop persona, for a brief moment you see the actual RAW then it appears to re-render the image as this horrific mess. How do I stop this from happening?
  5. Created an HDR image of the interior of a church. Low light problems were obvious and CA and Fringing was expected. Brought up the required filters to remove the CA and Fringing separately. No indication of removal on the first attempt. Repeated the action several times with little on no obvious removal of chromatic aberration. The same with the de-fringing filter. I gave up and used a free program (GIMP) which removed both CA and fringing after a little work. Affinity Photo 16 has to be better than this, surely? Zoom into the gray pillars and the CA is obvious. Fringing, green and red, can be seen on wood stalls and lamps.
  6. Essence: developing from RW2 often get purple instead of blown/blue highlight. For last half year I'm getting hang of Affinity as my primary photo finishing editor. It is a painful learning curve as interface is a bit rough, but It gets job done. I can't afford PS anymore, and GIMP still does not support 16 bit color yet (officially). So Affinity fits the bill pretty good. For my arsenal of Sony cameras Capture One is the king, bundled version. SilkyPix too cluttered. RawTerapee works very well but painfully slow even on my pretty good spec i7. So, Affinity become my default developer and finisher for my Olys ans Panasonics. Workflow actually better for those files. I do not recall seeing this problem before latest update I'm not sue if this problem was there, but I always had feeling that developing RW2 had problems with blues. They are always different (less saturated, pure) than from other raw developers. Now I've got series of images from G3 where blown blue is pure purple. No other developers, including all of the above and default windows driver doing it with RW2s, only Affinity. It is a bit frustrating as now, everything I have a problem with clear bright blues, I have to use different software to make sue I don't get artifacts like this. I mind you that there is no adjustments made to raw file, this is how it opens and I'm not able to get rid of these purple clippings. Only useing different developer hepls. I can provide original raw file if interested. There are option in Affinity for using different RAW engines, but only one drops down. I hope Affinity team can correct this bug soon.
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