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I have been using AP for 2 years.when i imported raw images shot on Nikon D800 to develop, they looked bit dull but not that bad.Now i have Nikon D850 and the images look ok in camera and Affinity photo for ipad but look awful in develop persona on Mac.Also I was surprised at the auto white balance readings and thought the camera did a bad job.last night downloaded free trial of Photoshop cc and images look fine there in camera raw and also the white balance readings are totally different, more likely expected.I am attaching the screenshot of develop in AP and camera raw.check the WB readings in both.

Now please can someone help me sort this issue if its fixable

Thank you in advance

Charles

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The Nikon D850 is not on the Affinity Photo list of supported cameras for raw files. I suspect that is related to your problem.


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Thank you.

Thats terrible.now do I have to pay for photoshop?Please are we going to get the support added soon?

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6 minutes ago, Chaz said:

Please are we going to get the support added soon?

I've no idea; sorry.

Being on a Mac you have two possibilities for support, as Mac users of Affinity Photo can perform raw development using either the Apple engine or the Serif engine. That should mean that you have more of an opportunity for quick support of that camera than Windows users have.


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Affinity Photo 1.7.1.404 and 1.7.1.404 Beta   / Affinity Designer 1.7.1.404 and 1.7.1.404 Beta  / Affinity Publisher 1.7.1.399 Beta

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5 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

I've no idea; sorry.

Being on a Mac you have two possibilities for support, as Mac users of Affinity Photo can perform raw development using either the Apple engine or the Serif engine. That should mean that you have more of an opportunity for quick support of that camera than Windows users have.

ok i just changed raw engine to apple and theres no visible difference in image itself but white balance readings are now showing close to camera raw values

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