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I tried photo merge for the first time and it is impressive, however, while retouching I would like to have the merged image and source image side by side to better navigate my edit (retouch).  Is there a way to do this? 

 

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Thanks for that :)

Unfortunately this isn't possible, you can of course switch between the source images whilst creating the merge, to clone from specific images, but once you have committed this and begin editing the image, you can't go back and view the source images within Affinity, my apologies. 

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Thanks for your quick reply.  I don't think i was clear and want to be sure that is the case because it is so critical to my workflow.  While in Focus Merge and after I have the Merged Result I would like to have the Merged Result displayed on one half of the screen and the selection from the Sources Panel displayed on the other half of the screen so when i retouch I can see the area in the Sources Panel selected image that I am retouching in the Merged result. 

If Affinity Photo does not have this capability I would like to request it in a future update. 

 

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No problem at all, unfortunately this isn't possible currently in Affinity, so I'll move this thread to feature requests for Photo :) 

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