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As my laptop won't display RAW files, I run every new set of photos through a batch job to create jpeg thumbnails at 600 pixels wide. Because there's no tweaking done in development, I sometimes get some sad-looking results; fortunately, the RAW file will usually turn out OK with a bit of fiddling about. (Sorry -- that's a disrespectful way to describe the amazing capabilities of Affinity Photo! I mean, with some carefully considered image manipulation  :))

So here's a very under-exposed photo of a toucan, shot against a very bright sky. If I'd still been shooting in jpg, I'd have been very disappointed: there's very little room for improvement.

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Now here's the fidd manipulated version. I resized it to 800 px to post on Facebook; I'll do it full size for my portfolio ... but not today.

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You haven't told us where this photo was tooken taken. <_<


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What kind of Amazon World do you call that? Where are the books, the DVDs, the clothing, the groceries...?? :P


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As my laptop won't display RAW files, I run every new set of photos through a batch job to create jpeg thumbnails at 600 pixels wide. Because there's no tweaking done in development, I sometimes get some sad-looking results; fortunately, the RAW file will usually turn out OK with a bit of fiddling about. (Sorry -- that's a disrespectful way to describe the amazing capabilities of Affinity Photo! I mean, with some carefully considered image manipulation  :))   So here's a very under-exposed photo of a toucan, shot against a very bright sky. If I'd still been shooting in jpg, I'd have been very disappointed: there's very little room for improvement...

 

 

 

1. Way to save a photo!

2. Awesome demo of editing power with RAW!

:o    :)


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That's some awesome "fiddling," Kasper-V.

 

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I do fiddling better than I do awesome, it must be admitted. But if I didn't like fiddling, I wouldn't have bought AP & AD  ;)

 

(BTW, I can get a tune out of a fiddle, but you really wouldn't like to hear it! I do rather better on the guitar.)

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