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I would like to have an easy way to change ALL the specific hues in the photo, not just in a given area using the HSL adjustment layer.  

 

In Photo as in Photoshop I can use the HSL adjustment layer (Hue/Saturation in Photoshop).  In Photoshop I can pick from 6 colors but I can extend or restrict the color range, or use the eyedropper tool to pick the correct starting point.  In Photo, I can only manipulate the six set colors, and no eyedropper tool and seemingly no ability to extent/restrict the range.  What I can do in Photo is select Select Sampled Color and then apply an HSL adjustment - but I just can't seem to fine tune as easily.

 

In your Black and White adjustment layer you have a Picker.  I would like something like that in Photo, or at least a method to duplicate what I do in Photoshop - see attached photo.

 

 

 

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Ether way, the hsl sliders need to be redesigned. At best, they’re insanely frustrating to use right now. Also the reason I need to move in between apps right now and not do it all within affinity photo.

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28 minutes ago, adammenges said:

Ether way, the hsl sliders need to be redesigned. At best, they’re insanely frustrating to use right now. Also the reason I need to move in between apps right now and not do it all within affinity photo.

 

And Levels. That's the big one for me. I only use it for the Gamma slider (that stops at 2.0), for everything else levels related I bring in a LUT.

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On 8/12/2017 at 3:46 PM, Frank Jonen said:

I'd much rather see implementations like Resolve or Baselight.

 

Yeah you got me there.  Photoshop's UI is really dated, and something more like hue vs hue in Resolve, or Resolve's highly precise eyedropper, ramp and matte refinement would be great.  Still, if Photo can make incremental improvements here then I would be happy for now. 

 

 

 

 

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Every Affinity Photo update I install hoping to see this feature (or something like that) implemented. 

Until then, I still need to use Photoshop do to some skin corrections. :(

 

There is no ETA for this feature?

It's not even in the roadmap yet. :(

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