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[Affinity Photo: Raw processing, Panasonic Lumix ZS200 sample image] weird vignetting effect

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Hi all,

I'm trying Affinity photo for raw processing and am working on an image from the dpreview samples here: https://www.dpreview.com/samples/4858512085/panasonic-lumix-zs200-sample-gallery-updated

In particular, I am processing this image: https://www.dpreview.com/sample-galleries/1484710012/panasonic-zs200-sample-gallery/0086927453

I use photo mechanic to manage my images. The first screenshot shows the image rendered in photo mechanic. The second screenshot is in the affinity raw process. I'm seeing a weird vignetting effect which is not there in the original image. Any idea what is happening?

[Edit: Sorry... answering my own question. I just observed that the image displayed by photo mechanic was cropped quite a bit, there's no issue here]

Screen Shot 2018-04-08 at 6.55.01 PM.png

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Hi pingssgp,

Part of the issue may be that the Panasonic ZS200, isn't on our supported RAW list for our SerifLABS engine or Apple Core Image (only available on macOS version) even though the image displays. No lens correction is being applied, hence the vignette you see. You can manually adjust this using the tools on the Lens panel within the Develop persona.

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