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  1. I have used Affinity Photo for two years since leaving Photoshop and am very satisfied. Recently a professional photographer suggested that one of my images below could be improved by using a deconvolution sharpener on it. This image was taken at Chester Zoo on my X-T2 with the 100-400 lens at 600mm, full frame equivalent. I sharpened the image by modest use of the High pass Filter and am pleased with the result. However, I realise I have almost no knowledge of deconvolution sharpening which I thought naively was more about removing the blurring associated with AA filters which of course the X-T2 sensor does not have. Can any one help? 1What does Deconvolution sharpening actually do? 2 Does Affinity Photo enable such sharpening? If so how? 3 If not what software do people use? Does anyone using Fuji cameras use it? Any guide on these issues would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  2. Dear Affinity team, I 've been an affinity owner of the very early hours. I have now switched to a Fuji X-T2 using lossless compressed raw files. I am running a mac with the latest OS Sierra and the rates affinity version. Whenever I try to open a compressed raw file AP crashes. What can I do? Does AP still use apples raw engine or have you developed your own? how can I switch if that is the problem? I have read in the forum that generally you do support X-T2 raw files. I appreciate the timely help. kind regards, dr.cox
  3. Is Fujifilm X-T10 RAW supported. If not, do you have a plan and schedule to support the Raw conversion of Fujifilm X-T10 camera. It is quite popular model among my peer group. Cheers
  4. Hi there, first of all, great work indeed with Affinity Photo! I downloaded the trial version yesterday and almost instantly fell in love with it. I was wondering if from the Fujifilm raw files there's any features available to apply the well known/beloved Fujifilm film simulations. That would really make the difference for me and for us fuji lovers. I can do this in Adobe Lightroom "camera profile" panel, as shown in the image I'm attaching. Is there any way to to this with Affinity as well? And if not, is it this feature planned for any future update? Thanks for your help and keep on the great work! Stefano.
  5. Hi, Just downloaded the Beta version and noticed that the newer Fuji cameras, X-T1 and X-E2, are not supported yet. Adobe supports the X-Trans sensor, sort of, but with many issues. I think they have settled into it's good enough, but it is not! Do you have plans to fully support the X-Trans sensor? Phase One's Capture Pro 8 does a decent job, but even that could be better. They have stated in the past that they really don't care to do anything regarding Fujifilm cameras so any further development on there part is nonexistent. The Fuji owners of the world are really looking to a good solution. Your thoughts?? Thanks, Rick Lewis
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