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Hello everybody! Greetings from Athens!

I recently received some very large tiff images (product photography) with clipping paths. Subject images created in photoshop.
As I am trying to work on them on my affinity photo, I cannot figure out the selections that made with photoshop. I cannot find any similar "path tab" as in photoshop.
Affinity photo opens the image plain, no any further info, details, nothing! Do i miss something?
if someone can assist me on this, it will be highly appreciated. The scope of editing such images is to change the background color.

Thank you

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Hi spyros76,

Welcome to Affinity Forums :)

Currently we don't import paths stored in the the Paths panel (in Photoshop) when importing TIFF's. So, unless the paths were converted to vector masks (and thus are visible in the Layers panel in Photoshop) there's no way to retrieve them in Affinity Photo.

 

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4 minutes ago, MEB said:

Hi spyros76,

Welcome to Affinity Forums :)

Currently we don't import paths stored in the the Paths panel (in Photoshop) when importing TIFF's. So, unless the paths were converted to vector masks (and thus are visible in the Layers panel in Photoshop) there's no way to retrieve them in Affinity Photo.

 

Thank you Meb,

Unfortunately, the paths are shown only in the paths tab, no they are not visible in the layers panel in photoshop as mask :/

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Hi spyros76,

I've filled an improvement request for this (fo PSD's) quite some time ago. It was assigned to a dev but wasn't implemented yet. I will bump the request, add TIFF's there as well and reference this thread. Then it's up to the dev team to pick/work on this when they find some time. They have been quite busy.

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