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Affinity autocrops/cuts my images?! --> disable lens correction?

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Whenever I place a file (from my camera) in Affinity 2 (in all three), it automatically cuts away from all sides. No matter what format I choose in Aff.
Is there an autocrop enabled that I don't see?

This happens only to my recently shot photos. 
I shot with a Canon 550D in RAW --> 5184x3456.

This doesn't happen with shots from my phone.

Other programs open the full image without problems. Is that a bug? Am I not seeing something in particular? 


I found that the "Lens correction" was the culprit. So now I would like to reformulate my question:

Can I untick lens correction by default? 

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On 1/6/2023 at 4:59 PM, CHKR said:

Can I untick lens correction by default?

Perhaps: Preferences; Assistant; click Develop Assistant; then set Default Lens Profile to None.


-- Walt

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