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  1. Hello, I use 3 photo software packages: Affinity, Olympus-Workspace and HDR projects. On opening a grey card photo in RAW-format with these programs, I get the following RGB values: I now wonder which are the "correct" values. My feeling is, that Oly delivers the nearest RGBs compared to the original photo situation. Of great interest are the differences between Affinity and Oly. Can anybody explain the background and how to equalize the RGBs between Affinity and Oly systematically? Thanks in advance and always super photos, Guenter
  2. I would ,like to be able to modify image RBG values based on combination of: a) neighbouring RBG values; b) user parameter inputs. I light to experiment with various colour abstractions of my images. I have not found any expressions in help material, or corresponding forum answers. Is this something already available? If so, where? Otherwsie could this capability be added to the equations/expressions capability of Affinity Photo.
  3. I purchased the Affinity Photo Worbook and downloaded the lumsdale falls photo to work on. The Colour Tab is now showing RGB slider values ranging from 0 to 6553. When I open one of my own photo's it's doing the same thing. Any idea why this happened and how to fix it? Thanks, Terry
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