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I am creating a catalogue promoting a range of aluminium components. All of the photos I have been given by the client have a similar tint/hue/cast to Picture A. Now the customer wants me to include Picture B as well derived from a different source/studio. I have been experimenting with different options to achieve equalisation of the general appearance using Affinity Photo 1.8.3 but I have limited experience in this type of photo manipulation. I can make changes but I cannot get to where I need to be. I am sure it must be possible. Is there somebody out there who can give me some advice?
Good morning! I have been an avid user of Affinity's Photo and hardly ever had to ask for help (I thought never but I found a question from 2015). A client asked me to take pictures before a greenscreen while I was on assignment. They had a very small green cloth and there was a mixture of sun and tungsten light. I did the best I could... Having no studio lighting I expected some color cast but it is far worse, probably because of the small screen/cloth so the group had to stand close to it Can anyone help me in regards to how to remove the green color cast from the models? Below I attached a screenshot of what it looks like. If you need more info etc, let me know. Thank you in advance! Dennis
Perhaps someone can help me, I use Capture One as my RAW processor. I decided to go for the combo CO and Affinity, after ditching PS. I have exported RAF (Fuji RaW files) from Capture one and noticed two things, first even with the same color space I get a total different rendition of the color that I have edited in the Raw processor, exporting it as TIFF and uncompressed. Skin tones get reddish and I get some also some cyan colouring when exporting B/W. The colouring is visible in the shadows transitioning. Can somebody tell me if you are experiencing the same issue? How can this be avoided? All settings are the same in both SW, screen and camera are correctly calibrated Thanks for your help,sorry for the crappy example ;)