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  1. Just tested frequency separation on my new 2018 iPad Pro (12.9”) and noticed it seems to burn the image on two layers and over saturate with too much contrast instead of creating a blur on the low image and a high pass on the high image. Did this simultaneously on a 2015 iPad Pro which worked flawlessly so seems to be a compatibility issue with the 2018 hardware. Also parts of the image disappear when using the history studio. Both devices running iOS 12.1.
  2. Been playing with the Photo on my iPad Pro and have to say that at the moment it is far from stable. The latest problem, of at least 6 I've found is if you have a long history with an image, it has a habit of crashing when jumping too far back. I have about 100 entries in the history studio, which are all experiments on a single image. After each change I performed an undo, so that I could see how filters and such changed the image. This means the image is unchanged and as originally loaded. I stumbled on the bug, as I wanted to have a reduced history list, but instead of allowing me to jump back to the first change, it crashed. I was able to repeat it again and again. I am currently using iOS 10.3.3 on an iPad 9.7" 256Gb cellular wifi iPad with at least 90Gb free. the image is a 21mp JPEG directly from a Canon 1Ds Mk3 with no modification. The error report from iOS is attached: crash.txt
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