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  1. Hi, this is an old problem still present : - image developed in Affinity Photo beta 243 and passed to Persona Photo, - Color Efex call by the filter menu, - the image appears desaturated in the Color Efex window without filter actived.
  2. Hello Everyone. I have down loaded from the Permajet print paper manufacturer web site a whole bunch of ICC profiles for printing. Problem: All of the downloaded profiles have the suffix .icm - but Affinity Photo searches for profiles with a .icc suffix. So. Are the icm profiles compatible with Affinity and how do I change the search to include icm profiles? All help and advice gratefully received. Thank you.
  3. Hello I just bought the new iPad with magic Keyboard and pen V2. I Am a very experienced photoshop user and want to work from my iPad as much as possible now that’s no longer a toy. I want to import and use specific ICC profile dedicated for CMYK printing and the most common calibration standard (G7 or Gracol 7) it is available in photoshop as a default installed profile Hopefully there is a way to do this. My next question and hope is to be able to have keyboard shortcuts for swapping tool functions like the Freehand Selection Tool, going from add to subtract from selection. In photoshop you can hold the option key to go from add to subtract. If no keyboard maybe a button on screen to do the same? I have another issue I cam across and that was gradients do not display correctly going from white to 100S% black showing a bunch of bad breaks, please sample images attached I used for testing.
  4. Hi everyone, forgive me if there’s an answer to this question somewhere on the forum I’ve yet to find, but I’m wondering if there is any way to add/download printer and paper profiles for soft-proofing to the iPad version of Affinity Photo. I always save and then move over to my iMac for printing, but it would be great if I could do the soft-proofing and printing straight from the iPad Pro. Any options out there? Thanks in advance and happy holidays.
  5. Hi, I found that when I use the developer persona and I have created profiles, they are not used automatically, however are displayed to be selected. This is what I do: Open Raw files (several) in Affinity Photo Select various options in the tabs "Save profile" in the tab "Develop" picture Save/Close developed picture Now the next file is displayed in the development persona and the previously saved and selected profiles are displayed as selected - however, in fact only "standard" profile is used. I have as a workaround to select "standard" and then reslect the new profile to make it work. This is the same in all tabs. I believe this is a bug. Either the displayed profile should be used, OR the display should switch back to "standard". BTW: I would love it if I could save an overall profile, where I can combine settings from all tabs, e.g. gradation curves and other selections. Best regards
  6. Any chance of incorporating the option to manage printing with icc profiles totally within the iPad app? E.g. when i use the print dialogue i am given the choice of printing as is and letting my printer do all color management, I would like to have the option to let the app control the colour output by having the option to apply an icc profile to my image as i print it. Similar to the process found in dare i say it.....photoshop Cheers in anticipation
  7. Any chance of incorporating the option to manage printing with icc profiles totally within the iPad app? E.g. when i use the print dialogue i am given the choice of printing as is and letting my printer do all color management or applying an icc color profile to my output and let the app control the colour output? Cheers in anticipation
  8. I'm puzzled about how I can use Adoramapix' icc profiles. I'm preparing grayscale images, originally medium format negatives scanned. Affinity assigns Grayscale D50. There doesn't seem to be a way to assign Adoramapix icc profiles to the documents, despite my having downloaded them from Adoramapix. Is my best option just to use the Adoramapix profiles to soft proof, and edit my work accordingly?
  9. May Im the only one who need this in RAW editing for my fuji x-series and canon pictures, but is it on the roadmap for the near future? I can't find any thread about it :) attached is an example of how adobe did this in lightroom
  10. Update 1.6.1.93 fixes the previous inability to apply a supplied or custom-calibrated .icc paper profile to a print job. (Previously, the printer dialog would spontaneously revert to the image colour profile, eg. ProPhoto. This deficiency was my last tether to Photoshop, so I can now slot Affinity Photo into my colour-managed workflow. Thank you to the development team. You should really highlight this fix in the release notes. It was a show-stopper for photographers who actually print their work. I happily discovered the fix by testing the new releases.
  11. I need to grade (develop) several photos to the same standard, but run into a few problems. The right way to do this for me, would mean being able to overwrite the profile I have laid on all the pictures, and have all the pictures loaded with said profile update automatically. Instead, Affinity Photo rejects saving a profile with a previously used name, so when updating the profile I need to give it a new name, and then change all the photos to use that new profile. Which is both tedious and messy. I understand the need to protect users agains sudden and unwanted changes, but it goes too far. It slows down a whole class of use cases. I also see it could be kind of slow to update a large number of pictures at once, but the advanced thing to do here would be a "lazy" approach, where the changes wouldn't be applied to the pictures before needed. As in viewed, saved, exported and so on. (But for me, either way is an improvement.) I also tried the snapshots in the develop persona, and while I see that they have a limited use they are impossible to rename. Which makes it difficult to remember where I was when I took that snapshot. Fix, please?
  12. as described already in another thread here, i am encountering (strange?) problems with colors in both designer and photo, especially for cymk-colours. they kind of 'burn out' and are far too vibrant, so theres no way working with because they not nearly match whats expected. rgb seems quite right to me so far, but i have to use both affinitys mainly for cymk-workflows regarding print. so i have some questions that may be answered to get a grip on this and hopefully find a way towards a solution. 1. there are two options for rgb-profiles, one is called 'rgbu' - what do they exaclty refer to, and what is the difference between them regarding the use within affinity. more simple: why there are two? 2. is there any way, affinity works different regarding color-management than other applications like the adobe ones or corel does? the reason behind this is: the latter seems to do it right and (cymk-) colors are more or less close on screen - but not so in AF, although the profiles are set consistend and are the same thoughout all applications. 3. normally i would assume, all applications are using the screen-profiles that are defined in settings within OS - or win7 in this case. that means: every application uses this (in this case custom calibrated) profile as a basis to render according to the profiles set within the application itself... any other thing for affinity? so what is completely driving me nuts is the fact, that i cant get affinity to show only slightly correct colors for cymk... and i dont have any clue why. the awful thing is, that when emulating a srgb-space on my wide-gammut-monitors it seems to work far better, but i cant believe affinity wont be able to handle wide-gammut spaces... affinity (at least designer) is buildt to use for design & graphics of course. and while print is (still) some great part of that i believe that one should be able to work within cymk without that hassle and be able to get a correct color-preview on screen even for that. right? so the question to me is whats going wrong in that case??? is it affinity? is it me? is it another hard- or software? currently i am running out of ideas, but i have to solve this! any hints and thoughts highly appreciated and thanks in advance if more info is needed please be so kind and simply ask for it :-)
  13. I have several .icc profiles that I used in PS, they are lab and printer specific. Question, how do I use them in Affinity? Is there something similar to proofing? Do I need to set up my color preferences as I did with PS, in order to match my lab?
  14. I tried to change profile on a cmyk document from FOGRA 27 to FOGRA 39. Once I clicked OK the document resets to RGB and sRGB profile. So i had to change color mode and profile to cmyk again. Steps to reproduce the issue 1 - On a CMYK document, change profile on document settings (27 to 39 or viceversa) and click ok. Results in rgb document 2 - Enter document settings again and change to CMYK and desired profile
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