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  1. There needs to be a way to go back and forth between the Develop and Photo Personas non-destructively when working from Raw files. This has become the standard workflow for how I do it (and how I teach my students!) in PS: I open the raw file with CameraRAW and then choose to "Open as Smart Object" in PS after developing. This allows me to double click on the smart object layer and go back and tweak things in CameraRAW non-destructively. I had hoped it would work this way in Affinity, but it doesn't seem so. After Developing once and going into Photo persona, if I try to go back to Develop and tweak things, the previous settings are gone and it's like I'm starting over (without really starting over... more like re-applying some new setting on top of the old one). Also, would love if the Nik Collection plugins could run as Live Filters. Having to duplicate my image layer to get a pseudo-non-destructive edit is annoying because of how much larger it makes the file, and there's no way to go back and tweak a setting, just have to trash it and start over if I don't like how it turned out. Overall, I would like to see a push towards more non-destructive editing wherever possible.
  2. Hi, as of build 118, DNG files from Leica Monochrome MM (first version) appear black when they open with the Serif Raw engine (with the Apple engine they appear fine). I have to drag the exposure slider all the way to the right to see a faint image. Before build 118, the raw conversion was excellent. I've installed build 223, but the problem persists. Thanks Thomas With Serif raw engine With Apple raw engine
  3. I need help! Everytime I do a batch job from RAW to JPG, Affinity saves all the new JPG's much darker than before! Can anyone help me to avoid that? Greetings
  4. Hi, Just found out about this software and wanted to know if Affinity Photo software has a tool like Photoshop's Camera Raw Filter that works on jpegs. much thanks Darren
  5. There's countless threads in this forum where people ask for a DAM. Serif confirms that there's some plans, but so far they didn't reveal what they are working on. Reading the requests brought up by users I see that they ask for very different things: Some want a straightforward viewer app, others even request complex database driven software with nifty filtering options to handle huge asset collections. The term DAM unfortunately isn't very clearly defined. Hence my question: Do you need a DAM-program by Serif? And what should it be like? [Edit: Unfortunately I can not do anything about the terrible Poll formatting. Maybe staff can add an empty line between the questions?]
  6. Hi I am Affinity Photo user v 1.6.5.135 and I have noticed that when importing a Fujifilm raw file (RAF), the original image size (document size) is altered when importing such file in Affinity. For example: an original fujifilm RAF file of 4896x3264px is automatically imported as 4934x3296px file size document. I still have to manually type the correct pixel size of the document when exporting the edited image. Though, no issues when importing fujifilm jpg file format. Please find attached screenshot. Thank you.
  7. Hi, I'm I novice photographer, and have recently purchased Affinity (Mac). I've noticed that when I'm using the Develop Persona my histogram does not match that of my Olympus Workspace app. Despite being satisfied that there are no clipped shadows or highlights (checked at time of taking image on the camera, OMD EM1 Mk2, and in Olympus Workspace), the Affinity histogram does not seem to correspond. I've downloaded Adobe DNG converter, and converted ORC files, but I'm still having the same issue. I've also noticed that when I develop an image, the histogram seems to improve (without me making any adjustments). Can anyone help please?
  8. I see from the list of supported cameras that the eos 70d and 80d are supported by the RAW editor and tried to download the free trial to check whether the 77d is supported but it says "trial expired". All of these Canon models use 14 bit files. Does anyone know whether the 77d is supported or whether I can get a working trial to test it?
  9. TomBis296

    Fuji XT3 RAW Crash

    Hello, I am new to Affinity Photo on the IPad, but i am very satisfied with the functionality. I Have one Problem. When I try to load an Raw Image from my Fujifilm XT3 Affinity Photo says Loading and then crashes. Apples Raw Converter should work with uncompressed RAF Files. Is there a solution for this Problem? My IPad is a Pro 10.5 with IOS 12 Thanks Tom
  10. I'm making the transition from Lightroom to Affinity and I'm seeing really bad lag when trying to import RAW images taken with my Fujifilm X-H1. Like the whole computer stops responding, the CPU maxes out, and at one point I had to force reboot because I couldn't even kill the photo editor process. This is on a 2016 MBP with 8gb of RAM that runs Adobe products fine. I've tried both Affinity's RAW engine as well as the Apple one (X-H1 isn't listed under Affinity's for support, but it is supported by the Apple engine). Yes, I understand trying to import 2 dozen 20mp RAW images was probably a bad idea. But even importing a single image is taking over 1 minute on a class 10 SDcard connected over TB3. That's bananas. I don't see a lot of other people complaining about this so I'm just curious if it is normal? I've had issues with Fuji's RAW format causing problems in the past. I tried converting the RAF format to DNG first and that was marginally faster, but still really slow. I know this is a $50 program. I'm trying to temper my expectations. This is slooooow, though. EDIT: further investigation shows speeds are about twice as fast when pulling RAF files from the internal SSD rather than a SDcard, so Class 10 be damned, that's part of the bottleneck. It took 40 seconds to import/develop one image with the CPU maxed out the whole time. Still, that's probably within usable specs.
  11. It seems that support for the Canon CR3 format is a long time coming as the first camera with native CR3 images was the EOS M50 and was released on 26 February ... As it is now September is there any likelihood we will see native RAW support for CR3 images soon? This is the new Canon format and will be in all new cameras.
  12. Hello Team ! Just wanted to know at some stage Affinity Photo will support Lens Profile for devices like iPhones, Samsung Galaxy, Huawei, Pixel and Mi by Xiaomi ? IN fact, today there a lot of people are shooting with their mobile phone because it is what they own and like but those devices doesn't produce RAW file the same way big brand does but some will produce HEIC, JPEG and TIFF files. I know you focus on Pro and Expert but will it be possible for small creators to also be taken in consideration ? Blessings
  13. I everyone and I Affinity Support Team, I just bought a new Fujifilm XT-100. I can't open the RAF file in Affinity Photo (latest release for MacOs 1.6.7). I had no issues using my old Nikon D3200. No way, I can see only a white vertical stripe. No images. What's the problem? Thank you
  14. As I am already waiting for more than one year I was hoping that with this release I would be able to open my older X3F-Files (made with an Sigma SD15). But .....still not good looking, just compare it yourself: So why do you state in the list of supported cameras that you can work with alle Sigma models? Kind regards Anthony
  15. Hello, Here is the support RAW camera list, as of 1.7.0 customer beta :
  16. Hello, Here is the support RAW camera list, as of 1.7.0 customer beta : Note: This list is for the native SerifLabs RAW engine only (this is the default when you open a raw file). If you are using the OS X system level Apple (core image raw) engine please refer instead to these articles: on macOS Mojave and iOS 12 on macOS High Sierra and iOS 11 on macOS Sierra and iOS 10 on OS X El Capitan on OS X Yosemite on OS X Mavericks Serif Labs Supported Cameras ARRIRAW format AVT F-080C F-145C F-201C F-510C F-810C Adobe Digital Negative (DNG) AgfaPhoto DC-833m Alcatel 5035D Apple iPad Pro iPhone SE iPhone 6s iPhone 6 plus iPhone 7 iPhone 7 plus iPhone 8 iPhone 8 plus iPhone X QuickTake 100 QuickTake 150 QuickTake 200 Baumer TXG14 BlackMagic Cinema Camera Micro Cinema Camera Pocket Cinema Camera Production Camera 4k URSA URSA Mini 4k URSA Mini 4.6k URSA Mini Pro 4.6k Canon PowerShot 600 PowerShot A5 PowerShot A5 Zoom PowerShot A50 PowerShot A410 PowerShot A460 PowerShot A470 PowerShot A530 PowerShot A540 PowerShot A550 PowerShot A570 PowerShot A590 PowerShot A610 PowerShot A620 PowerShot A630 PowerShot A640 PowerShot A650 PowerShot A710 IS PowerShot A720 IS PowerShot 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  17. I'm trying to speed up my workflow, I know in other applications you can copy/paste/sync adjustment settings in RAW to another image, is this possible in Affinity please and if so how/where do I find the option. Thanks in advance.
  18. Hello everyone. This is my first Affinity Forums post and I'm excited to be a part of the community... I'm wondering if there is an ETA as to when Affinity Photo (both Desktop and iPad versions) will support the RAW format for the newly announced Canon EOS R mirrorless camera? Yesterday's announcement from Canon has many people excited for the new R system (including me!) and I'd love to easily bring this new camera and lenses into my workflow with Affinity Photo. Also, will there be lens correction available for the new RF series lenses? These lenses look to be quite impressive from an optical quality perspective, but support for them would also be greatly appreciated. Thanks for any information you could provide on this.
  19. Well hi, I’ve got some questions about RAW processing. When I open my raw file in Affinity Photo, I can process it correctly in Persona “Develop”, but after clicking the button “develop”, all changes applying to photo and it compresses to another format, which doesn’t allow to make wide corrections without quality loss. So, on my computer I use Capture One, and there I can work with my raw file any time. I understand that these programs are really different, but I do really need to seriously work with colors and some times apply changes to my already processed photos. And I can normally work with color only in Persona “Photo”, but when I get this possibility, image is already compressed and everything loose its meaning. So, there are some samples. One is raw, processed after opening, another is compressed(?) raw processed after clicking “develop”. And it’s unacceptable for me, that I can’t return to developing a real raw
  20. Does Affinity Photo for iPad/iOS support Sony Pixel Shift ARQ files? Also, does Affinity Photo for Mac and Windows support Sony Pixel Shift ARQ files? If this Compatibility does not currently exist, will support be added in a future release for each platform? If so, is there a Date this ARQ functionality will be made available? Thanks for your time.
  21. Affinity Photo Desktop Windows, latest (non-beta) rev: 1.6.5.135 Win 10 x64 up-to-date, 16 GB ram, >45 GB on SSD, >400 GB on HD & defragged no SMART errors). GTX 1060 6GB. Camera: Sigma SD1M (M for Merrill, inventor of the Foveon sensor), X3F RAW files. Neither of these issues happen with my SD14. Reproducible. Two unexpected behaviours both occurring during RAW import, even with the same image file. Behaviour One Import B&W RAW image, and B&W setting is lost (appears with separate colour channels). Camera has two methods for obtaining high quality B&W images: 1) At time of capture, choose B&W setting on camera body, which flags RAW metadata to treat R, G, B results as one value (grey) per photosite. Actual raw data would still have RGB per photosite, but image should only open as greyscale. 2) In Post-Processing, extract only the Blue channel from raw RGB data, from every photosite. This method loses the photons from the R&G layers, but since the Blue layer is the top layer, it has the least noise, so is pretty good. The other side-effect to this method is that because only the Blue layer is captured, it would be like using a deep blue filter over the lens, making yellows black, reds very dark, etc. So some things may look a bit different from a full-spectrum B&W image. The advantage is that it is reversible (you can decide you preferred the image as a colour image afterwards, whereas the first method keeps everything B&W for good). I cannot find a way to achieve either method of getting a high quality B&W. I would prefer #1 (above) if I had to pick, as you get panchromatic response and lots of photons per photosite, resulting in ultra-low noise, just like from a Leica Monokrom. In this version, attempting this results in a lot of noise, even in a perfectly exposed image. In other RAW processors, I can use zero sharpening, zero de-noising (colour or luminance), and the images are clean. Also, default behaviour is to open as B&W, with only greyscale available (even Irfanview reads and presents the raw that way). I should note that it's not terrible noise, but the camera is capable of using these modes to deliver super creamy B&Ws, and I was hoping to be able to do that. Behaviour Two Import a RAW image taken at MED resolution, and the imported RAW will be auto-scaled up to FULL/HIGH resolution (I could not find how to defeat this default behaviour). Since it's not a perfect upscaling (I calculated around 47%), there are significant uprezzing artefacts, and it's not as sharp. The camera allows photos to be captured at LOW, MED or FULL/HIGH resolution. Again, it's not horrible, but it's nowhere near how other RAW processors handle it. The camera uses one of the native features (though not all manufacturers make use of the 'feature') of CMOS sensors, 'binning', where arrays can report as if they were a lower resolution sensor: for example, a 4x4 grid of photosites would electronically be merged to act like a single photosite, so that all the photons get added together, giving you lower resolution but super low noise images and more accurate colour. Plus, Foveon images are often upscaled 200% after the fact, and still yield as good images as a Bayer CFA, so the resolution impact isn't near as negative as one might think. Foveons are the best at detecting subtle colours and recording micro-contrast without destructive processing, but sadly, they only do that when shot at low ISO or under loads of exposure, so these are frequent methods users employ. Example: MED resolution photo (see green photo resolution) opened & upsampled/upscaled in Affinity Photo as a FULL resolution image (see yellow Affinity resolution). Also, this same photo was taken as a BW-only image, yet it is apparent that it contains hues. One positive upside I discovered from the comparative testing is that the GPU acceleration in Affinity Photo is faster than the GPU-aided processing in both Corel and much moreso than even Sigma's own software. Haven't benchmarked Rawtherapee or On1 on that yet. I have previously uploaded MED and FULL/HIGH resolution images, as well as colour and B&W images, from my camera to the Forum calling for sample images. Note that neither of these behaviours occur with my SD14 X3F (Foveon) images, so it is confined to the SD1M (aka Merrill). That exact same sensor is used in a few Sigma DP cameras as well (I believe it is the DP3 series), so they may exhibit identical behaviour for both these anomalies. Thanks very much. Still learning a lot about the software, but it has made some things that were unbelievably tedious and error prone into downright easy when using Affinity Photo. Perhaps I have overlooked something and that is also the case here.
  22. I apologize in advance if this topic has been covered, but all I could find was a question as to how a PS .xmp file could be interpreted my Affinity Photo. My question is different, in that I want to know if Affinity Photo is planning on having its own version of the .xmp file, that way all the RAW edits are stored when you leave the Develop Persona. Even without closing down Affinity Photo, if you leave and then reenter the Develop Persona, your RAW edits are still there, but all the sliders have returned to their neutral positions.
  23. Hello, I have a problem with my Affinity Photo app for my Ipad, it wont open my Tiff files anymore, a few days back it didn’t hava that problem, all of the images that I evere edited in the app where Tiff files, I try to open a image and its sends me to develop screen but the image never apears and when I hit ok the app shuts down, I tried to open old tiff images that I have edited before and the same result, I even tried opening them in I cloud and it does the same thing, can somebody help me?
  24. I started using Photo 1.7.0.243 So far my issues / comments are: 1) My Canon 77D is now meant to be included in this release yet RAW photos are not visible as thumbnails when I try to 'open' a folder. Am I missing something? This is the main reason I thought I'd try out the beta version. 2) The hand tool used to increase / decrease the image size when twirling the mouse dial, now it moves the image around. Is this a permanent change? 3) Cropping no longer has presets. Do I need to set these up & if so, how? Basic ones like 2:3 & 1:1 would be useful. I haven't done much yet so might add some more comments later. Thanks Julie.
  25. Hi, I am working on Affinity to open my RAW images. I normally have a process to edit my pictures, but I tried to make a preset on the "Basic" area in the studio before developing the image and it just is not working. I tried searching for this bug everywhere but I cannot seem to find anything relevant. I found this YouTube video that explains how to do it, however, I am not getting the option to add a preset. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epN9oIGhL6k (This is the YouTube link). If this is a glitch I would like to know or I just might not know how to add a preset. In any case, please let me know what I can do to solve this issue. Thanks!
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