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  1. Hello, i have a 8 bit TIF created in Photoshop CS 5.5, with some correction layers. Photoshop's color profile is sRGB, and in Affinity it's same. If i load TIF file in both, it looks darker into Affinity (see image): If i save a JPG in photoshop, then i load this one into both apps, it looks same (see image). Any idea about what could cause this ? Thanks, Paolo
  2. Hello, I'm rendering with 3dsmax and I'm trying affinity photo 1.50.37 and 1.50.42 to do some retouch. When I import the file tiff in photoshop (or fastone) and in affinity they result to be different (see attached). We tried to play with gamma correction or with profiles but we are not obtaining the same result (that we also see on 3dsmax). (Also with the version 1.50.42 of photo the gamma doesn't work at all)
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