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Here are the steps I took, but before that, the image looked like the one showing on the Right in Capture NX-D while still on my SD card and inside my Nikon D60. Removed images from SD & placed within a folder Directly from the folder, right-clicked this image clicked "Open with" and picked Affinity Photo The image came up on Affinity Photo as shown I've gone into View > Assistant Manager > turned it off > quit Affinity > reopened > same experience I've made sure that all "filters" that could be automatically applied are de-selected (Basic, Lens, Details, Tones, Overlays) Please let me know what I'm doing wrong or if there is something going on with Affinity Photo. Unfortunately, this automatic change was not for the better. Thank you, CJ DSC_7774.NEF
I can't seem to figure out why all my layer masks have a discolored edge. It's hard to describe, but I expect the edges of my mask to just fade the masked layer into the background. Instead they are strangely discolored. Maybe I'm doing something wrong? Thanks for the help and for the incredibly good software! See attached image and video: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zeqybwbdmmorvh5/Pixel%20Mask%20in%20Affinity%20Photo.mp4?dl=0