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  1. Do you know of a plugin for my Epson 2720 Scanner that allows me to scan a neg and in the scan process convert to a pos? Or - Maybe there is a way to do this within Affinity Photo? I have an LED Light pad with variable light strength. I have cut from a black mask paper a frame for the image. I turn the LED lights on and flip on to scanner. I get a perfect scan of the neg. But, I need a positive of the image. Many Thanks PHendee
  2. Hello, I scanned 35mm film using Epson v750pro. Created folder. Images open fine... Until I open some in Affinity Photo. Not all, but many images appear as below: Thumbnail accurate but when I open file it is corrupt. Images open correctly outside of using Affinity Photo. This problem is happening with many images. My B&W photos are opening in Affinity Photo flipped upside down or reversed - completely opposite of the file, which again opens fine on desktop. Why is this happening? How can I correct it? How do I ensure this does not happen again? I am on a macbook pro, dual extern
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