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Hi New user just wetting my toes on Affinity Photo.

I loaded some shots from for practice and discovered a number of what appeared to be hot pixels red, blue and white 6 in total.

I did a test photo on a white background and only came up with one of each color in different positions to the original photo?

After loaded the first photo into Photoshop with nil hot pixels and the test photo came up clear as well.

Next, I loaded both photos into DXO and again came up with nil hot pixels.

 

See attached, I would be very interested in your findings.

 

Shrunk photos from photoshop. I have not found the facility in affinity to shrink for emails yet!

 

Cheers

 

Montychristo

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to the forum Montychristo :)

 

Is it possible to send me your image to look at? Feel free to PM me a link to your file if you don't want to post it here.

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Hey Montychristo, could we ask what camera you're using and whether you're shooting at a high ISO or doing long exposure shots? We currently don't remove/remap hot pixels so that's why you are seeing them - I do believe it's something that will be introduced in a future update though.

 

With regular exposures and typical ISO speeds hot pixels aren't usually an issue (hence my asking the above questions), but if you're getting those with typical exposure settings then it would certainly be worth investigating (as Leigh mentioned above regarding sending the images across).

 

Cheers!


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+1 for hot pixel auto-removal feature request. Just came across it when I was working with a RAW image with moderately high ISO (however not so high by current sensitivity of image sensors). I had assumed it would be present.

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Another vote for hot pixel filter as I just stumbled on them.

 

It was mentioned a year ago here:

hope Serif stuff didn't gave up from it.

 

 

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I know this is a n old thread, but is there any news regarding an automatic hot pixel filter?

 

Failling that, can anybody recommend a processing app that filters without having to go back to Lightroom?

 

Ugh.

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I routinely take multi-second exposures and am also hoping for a simple (easy) method to repair hot pixels in Affinity Photo.

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