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  1. Hi I know there are a ton of these already but, my question is this. If I develop a raw file with NO adjustments and then go back to the Develop Persona, the histogram is much better= spread out properly. Why is this and is this now OK, or is the raw histogram ever going to look right? - it should surely to do proper developing, or am I missing something? Thanks...
  2. Hello, An option to make the Histogram visible/floating while doing any of the other adjustments. This would be useful for example when adjusting the levels or brightness tool and keeping it open while switching layers etc. Best regards Johannes
  3. Hi to all, I would like to suggest an RGB indicator for the histogram in Affinity Photo, notably in the Photo Persona, but it would of course be good to have it in all the Personas. I've attached an image below showing the RGB indicator in RawTherapee as an example; it's the bar underneath the histogram, indicating where the R, G, B and luminance values of the hovered-over pixel fall in the histogram. I took this screen shot with my mouse positioned over the band of trees in the image. I find this indicator to be extremely useful, especially as a quick way of verifying details in very deep shadows or very bright highlights. It lets you see instantly, for example, if all channels are blown out, or if you have just one channel blown out with others still contributing detail. Seeing the position of the pixel value in the histogram is, at least for me, much more informative than the simple number given by the Info box. Thanks! KE
  4. Just purchased Affinity Windows version today. Why would the shape or position of the histogram be different when viewed in the Develop Persona compared to the Photo Persona. Attached are two screen dumps, 1) A RAW file just prior to developing, 2) The same image immediately after being developed. I find it difficult to adjust a RAW image due to the positioning of the graph in the Develop Persona. My camera is an Olympic EPM1, the image is an ORF. 2016-12-11_220225.pdf 2016-12-11_220309.pdf
  5. Observed several times a 99% CPU load when opened a 32bit HDR image with 2 live filter layers (vignette and unsharp mask). Mouse pointer moves are very irregular during this problem. CPU load stays at 80-99% even after no more touching Affinity Photo again. After some tests, I remarked: behavior starts after live filters visible/unvisible switching when clicking yellow histogram triangle warning sign. behavior doesn't happen when no histogram visible in Studio behavior doesn't happen with 8bit files Hope this can be solved because sometimes a histogram can be usefull.
  6. I use a large, hi-res screen for editing (40", 4K) and the histogram in both the Develop and Photo Personas are rather small, making examining it rather difficult. I can stretch them sideways but not vertically. It's a critical tool, of course. Please can we make it bigger? Thanks!
  7. papax

    RAW Histogram

    Before a RAW is developed, I get one histogram displayed. After developing it, I get a totally different histogram displayed. Can this really be true?
  8. Hi, would it be possible to implement a log (logarithmic) scale for histograms? It would be easier to see small pixel counts without having to mouse over. Cheers.
  9. Hello, I am working through the Affinity Photo Workbook with my Mac and iPad to learn both applications simultaneously. I noticed that the histograms are different between the two when opening up a raw file. Why is there a difference? Please see the two screen shots for the exact same unaltered image from the Workbook. They seem to be quite different, so I must not be seeing them the same in the application.
  10. It is possible to see how the Histogram for an image works on parts by using the Crop tool with the Histogram open, but the histogram is only updated when the crop is committed, so trial attempts have to be made with the crop tool, and any which don't look good enough have to be reverted with Undo. Would it be possible to make a tool which works this way (doesn't have to be Crop) but which allows trial measurements on selected areas? It is possible to have the Histogram open as well as one of the Scope tools, but would it be possible to have more of the Scope tools open at the same time? Not so good on a laptop, but on a large screen would be little problem. Lastly, re the selective measurement (crop) idea above. Some of the Scope tools don't work so well with a reduced area - unless the Gain is turned up. The max gain seems to be 500% which might not be enough for some small areas. Is there anyway of automating this so as to avoid having to manually turn up the gain in order to see any useful result? Should be possible, surely.
  11. Please add a histogram with sliders to the levels adjustment just like in the desktop version.
  12. Hi, A quick question regards histogram compression that I notice when developing RAW files in the develop persona. I know this has been an issue for a while and I believe the work around is to 'develop' the image to take it through to the photo persona and then return to the develop persona again to be greeted by an accurate histogram. Please see below for before and after screen shots of the histogram and file data during this process and notice the change in the toolbar from 'RAW' to 'RGB' and just below that in the file date a change from 'RGBA/32' to 'RGBA/16'. Can somebody from affinity please confirm if this workaround is still leaving me with a RAW file to work with (ie after the workaround as per the bottom screenshot) or if the only actual workaround is to not bother with this and do all RAW editing in the Develop persona without actually having an accurate histogram for reference? Regards, John. Incorrect histogram upon first opening file in develop persona (using apple photos 'edit in affinity photo' extension').... Then after clicking develop, briefly entering Photo persona and returning back to the Develop persona straight afterwards....
  13. Hi there, I had my first professional project that I wanted to edit etc with Affinity Photo. I exposed in my camera Sony A7RII all photos with an average of -.03 to -.07 with a close look on highlights (zebra display). - To my big dismay ALL shots appear massively underexposed in Affinity photo, the large majority of the images required a 2 stops exposure gain, the white balance was _totally_ off. So after spending a frustrating long evening on it. After seeing the impossible results this morning I quickly returned to the photo application that I used before, DxO Optics Pro. And there the images look ok, the colors look correct ands the expose is slightly under as expected. Was is happening? From the online tutorials for Affinity photo I disabled all "automatic" corrections for raw files, I do exactly the same in DxO by the way. As an illustration I attach 2 screenshots of the same image opened in the software, one Affinity Photo the other in DxO Optics. Any help would be largely appreciated! Best regards Jurgen
  14. Unable to find the Histogram feature on the Windows program. Please advise.
  15. Hi, I have opened a Sony RAW file in AP and also opened the same RAW file in CaptureOne. They present compeletly different on the same screen (see attached screen shots). As you can see the detail i.e. green bush mid foreground in the AP software is very very poor compared to capture one software at both 50% and 100% zoom. Also I note that the histogram in the develop persona is completely different to that shown in CaptureOne. The histogram changes when I "develop" the photo and become are more aligned. However, the detail in AP is still very very poor compared to CaptureOne, am I doing something wrong in the initial "document set up" stage of the AP process? Attached images are: Screen Shot 50% Zoom. Screen Shot 100% Zoom. Screen Shot Histograms Compared.
  16. Hi, I love the software, but miss some crutches I often use in other software. Rawtherapee has a really neat feature where the gray and rgb brightness values for the pixel you are hovering over are indicated in the histogram. I find this very useful for quickly checking my work. Once I start adjusting curves, levels, etc. it's easy to lose track of the desired brightness and color (e.g. Glowing eyes, reddening skin, etc.) and this really helps remaining in the proper ball-park, by providing a quick and easy check. I would love to have this! thanks! Wouter
  17. Hi guys Please refer to the attached file. The curve pane seems showing funny histogram compare with the usual histogram pane. Or did I miss out something? My system info: Affinity Photo Windows Ver. 1.5.0.45 Windows 10 Home 64-bit Lai
  18. Hi there, first of all, congratullations for the app. Do you have plans to implement in curves, the option to see the image in background, of the histogram for every color chanel (I dont know i writing it right in english, see the attached image). I think that is imprescindible for a profesional retouching photo soft. Thanks.
  19. Hi there, first of all, congratullations for the app. Do you have plans to implement in curves, the option to see the image in background, of the histogram for every color chanel (I dont know i writing it right in english, see the attached image). I think that is imprescindible for a profesional retouching photo app. Thanks.
  20. Would be possible to see a live histogram using the crop tool like in lightroom in Develop Persona? Example: Min 0:30 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tqJeAqxxcY Thanks !
  21. Wouldn't it be nice if... I could see the whole histogram from my raw / stacked image. There were vertical lines to show the colour space limit. I could grab and drag any part of the histogram (sideways, and maybe up/down too). I could mark 'anchors' that would not move. I could do this for Master, RGB, CMYK, etc. Yes, I know Levels, Curves and some other sliders do some of this, but directly working on the histogram would be so nice! Thank you for watching!
  22. I am a beginner and starting self-tuition via tutorials. But I have lost the display that shows the Histogram, etc, and the layers of the image. Could you advise how I recover this?
  23. I have recently installed the trial version for Affinity and was trying to understand the basics of the program. When I launch the program and open any photograph, histogram is not shown on the right side. I am also unable to see the Filters menu on the top. Even simple tools like sharpening are not visible to me. Can anyone guide me in this interface with these three things - How do I see the histogram on the right side? Where is the filters menu? How do I start the sharpening tool? I am also attaching a screenshot of the freshly installed program on Windows 7 professional.
  24. I am a new Affinity user (purchased about 3 weeks ago) and am trying to learn how to use it for processing raw files from my Pentax K-70 which has a 14 bit A/D. My files are created as DNG in the camera and I have no trouble opening them with Affinity Photo. I watched the basic Raw Processing tutorials (maybe 3 or 4 of them). One of my questions is whether it is possible to have the histogram display the full 14 bit range of my pixels, rather than just 8 bit range? What does the histogram represent? Is it really the 14 bit data scaled down by 64 (The 6 bit shift between 14 and 8 bits)? If there is a video or earlier discussion of this topic could someone please refer me to it? This is so basic that I suspect these questions are answered elsewhere. Thanks in advance.
  25. Affinity Photo has a very nice Histogram so far, I can switch between each channel All, R, G + B All, C, M, Y + K All, L, A + B and I can activate layers and selections optional which is totally great! Thanks for that feature. But I think a luminance channel or option is needed in RGB and CMYK too, for minimum of two reasons: - I could only see and use the white and black tone spreading over the whole image - I could work without colors (incl. greyscaled icons) which confusing the eyes at work
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