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  1. I haven't been able to find an answer yet to my correction of chromatic aberration on my new I Pad Pro 12.9 with updated version of Affinity Photo (16561) I saw in one answer concerning lens profiles, referred to the "Lens Studio"....I'm new, but I've searched the Personas and not found a Lens Studio on the iPad version. Chromatic aberration correction appears to be an easy process on the mac version...but all I can find is defringing filter on the iPad...which appears to have no effect on the CA. I have previously used Camera Raw, and found a one button solution; but I'm a bit lost trying to do this basic correction in Affinity. ive watched the tutorials and searched the web and this forum, but haven't yet found an answer. I'm hoping I missed something obvious. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
  2. 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.
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