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I have recently started to clean-up my photo directories by using Photo Supreme DAM software. 

However, I have a lot of afphoto files that I'm not quite sure a smart way of categorizing/tagging. 

My initial thought was to store the afphoto files in the same collection as the RAW files. 

How do y'all categorize/tag .afphoto files in your DAM software? 

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Hey, ekeen4...

I've found Photo Supreme to be a wonderful way to catalogue my photos. It's available on both Mac and Windows (I'm on a Mac) and gives me a great escape route if and when I want to switch to another DAM (hint, hint, Serif...). Also, Photo Supreme CAN handle Affinity Photo native files (although I suspect that the display is just the embedded jpg - it's a catalogue, so why is this such a big problem?).

First, open the File Handling portion of the Preferences drop-down. Add ".afphoto" to the list of File Extensions at the bottom.

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Now that Photo Supreme is allowed to import .afphoto files, you can do so. Here is a screenshot of a sample folder with a RAW, Affinity Photo, and JPG version of the same photo.

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