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  1. Hi I started with a photo in Lightroom and exported it as Prophotorgb into affinity photo 1.67 I then duplicated the background layer and edited in nikcolorefx4 unfortunately the color looks completely different to how it was in affinity photo and lightroom. This makes it impossible to judge what adjustments to make. I googled the problem and found that if the macbook pro is using a prophoto rgb mode then the color change doesn't appear to happen unfortunately it makes my screen look quite blue looking. I repeated the process but this time taking it into photoshop and then nik colorefx4 and this time with the native profile the color stayed the same in photoshop lightroom and nikcolorefx4. Using Affinity Photo as host, using brilliance and warmth in nik colorefx4 looks like its been subtly applied however once back in affinity its like a spray tan disaster. maybe its the use of prophotorgb which is causing the problem.
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