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Non-Destructive Tone Mapping - Affinity Photo


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Okay !
here comes the proposition or question.
I've noticed everything or all tone map we apply to a pixel layer (let's say i merged visible and decided to apply tone map to it) that operation is still destructive.
I mean, tone mapping is very helpful but would be great if  it become non-destructive.
Okay maybe i'm missing a way to do that but i always : merged visible and applied tone mapping from that thus preserving the other layers !
if there is a way to tone map non-destructively please let me know if not yet then please Serif, make it happen.

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