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Greetings Readers, 1. I am getting serious about processing my moon images for a photo competition and to this end I need to process my RAW (CR3) images and convert these RAW images to *.tiff files for further processing. 2. The RAW processor in Affinity Photo (AF) allows some " Basic Adjustments" of the RAW images prior to the development process. The developed files may be processed further. 3. The AF RAW processor allows for the use of a clarity filter, among many basic adjustments, prior to development. An exported *.tiff file may also have a clarity filter applied to this developed file. Questions: Does it make any difference as to where this clarity filter is applied ? Is there a difference between pre-development application of the clarity filter and post development application of the clarity filter ? Many thanks in advance, Jeremy.
126.96.36.199 Radius slider using px 188.8.131.526 Strength slider using % Slider set to 100% = (almost not) EDIT : less noticeable In the "Live Depth of Field" the clarity slider uses pixels and seems to work as expected !! EDIT Did some additional testing ... In 1.6.5..123 In 184.108.40.2066 1 - in Develop Persona 2 - in Photo Persona Live clarity filter Live Depth of field See attached file Live_clarity.afphoto
I noticed strange artefacts while applying a Frequency Separation filter on a pixel layer with a live clarity filter in place. In the low frequency preview there appeared dark bands, resulting in a tiling of the low frequency preview. See attached files. Although after applying the filter the bands disappear again, this looks like unintended behaviour to me.