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Problem raw editor ( purply pinky overlay when exposure is bigger than 1 second )

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Hi,

i am new to Affinity Photo. I have some problems if i open some Raw pictures in Affinity.

The problems occur`s when i open some dark / night photos ( Raw File ).

 

My first intention is that the problem can be the long exposure of the picture. 

If i open other pictures raw files ( shot in normal light and short exposure )  

 

I have attached 2 pictures, the first is from Affinity Photos ( direkt after opening the raw file ) and the second File open in Photoshop

 

Some details from my Camera and Settings:

Cam: Sony alpha 7R2 ( ILCE-7RM2 )

Settings: ISO 500, f4, 26mm, 20seconds

 

Thanks for your help

Mirco

 

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so, i have done more tests.

This problem occurs every time when i have a exposure >= 1 second. 

If the exposure is smaller than 1 seconds the pictures looks like expected without the purple pink overlay.

 

So maybe i make something completely wrong or this is a bug ?

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Hello,

 

Can you try to set "Exposure Bias" to "Apply" in the assistant options in Develop? (looks like a little suit icon on the top toolbar).

 

You will need to reload the RAW file for it to apply..

 

If this doesn't work, could you send an example RAW file to support AT seriflabs DOT com - then I can fix it :D

 

Thanks,

 

Andy.

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Hi, i tried your settings, but the problem is still there.

I send you an Testfile to your Email address. ( Email Subject: Problem in Topic 15914 )

Thanks for your time to look at my problem.

Mirco

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For other People maybe with the same problem, you can open the file in Photoshop and save it as DNG.

The DNG file works for me like expected in Affinity Photo. So this is my workaround until this problem gets fixed.

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