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Thanks!

Let me add one point about the info panel:

 

as a photographer, I don't understand it's use.

Let me explain. I would like to be able to put on a Curves level the points that I sampled (like in Photoshop), in order to correct "by the numbers". This does not seem to be possible.

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In photoshop you can put sample points in the image and see in the info panel their rgb (or other) values.

If you then open a Curves layer and you ctrl shift click on the sample points, you get the corresponding points in the rgb channels of the curves layer. Then you can adjust "by the numbers" to remove color cast.

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Another suggestion:

- in Photo Persona, when I use the picker in curves, I'd like to be able to put a point on the curve clicking in the image, now I have to drag it in order to set a point.

- in Develop Persona, there is no picker in curves, I think it should be there too.

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I flip back and forth between Affinity and Davinci for single images. They do have some nice tools. For some reason I also get a better grasp on color management by watching Resolve tutorials and bring that knowledge back into Affinity. Still a beginner but learning.


Skill Level: Beginner, digital photography, digital editing, lighting.

Equipment: Consumer grade. Sony Nex5n, Nikon D5100, (16MP sony sensors)

Paid Software: Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer, Lightroom4

Free Software: NIK collection, Sony CaptureOne9, Cyberlink PhotoDirector6, Hugin, ImageJ, MS Ice, Davinci Resolve

Computer: Win10 home, CPU Skylake I7-6700, GPU Saphire HD7850 1G, Plextor SSD

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I flip back and forth between Affinity and Davinci for single images. They do have some nice tools. For some reason I also get a better grasp on color management by watching Resolve tutorials and bring that knowledge back into Affinity. Still a beginner but learning.

I definitely felt right at home in davinci as well, color management all in place  :D

 

also: double klick to reset sliders, is such a nice feature  :D  :P just feels really usable  :)

 

btw I wrote an 'easy to get into it' article about Color Management in Affinity https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/33820-color-profiles-management/?p=165094  :)


 

 

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Already had your color management tutorial bookmarked. Thanks again.


Skill Level: Beginner, digital photography, digital editing, lighting.

Equipment: Consumer grade. Sony Nex5n, Nikon D5100, (16MP sony sensors)

Paid Software: Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer, Lightroom4

Free Software: NIK collection, Sony CaptureOne9, Cyberlink PhotoDirector6, Hugin, ImageJ, MS Ice, Davinci Resolve

Computer: Win10 home, CPU Skylake I7-6700, GPU Saphire HD7850 1G, Plextor SSD

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just today I finally downloaded DaVinci Resolve (should have done it much earlier hehe)

 

Lack of resolve, obviously! :lol:


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