Jump to content
AdamStrong

[Cannot Reproduce] Export appearing brighter in lighter areas of image.

Recommended Posts

Hello, I am wondering wether its an issue or I’m doing something wrong, but when exporting a particular image it appears to get brighter in areas of the image which contain more light in the city part of the shot, but the sky seems to all get brighter.. what am i missing or have I found a bug?  Please see the attached images.

 

First two are screen shots, 

9416DA25-8000-4D06-A552-DDA16F9E1924.thumb.png.cb58bbd49cb0d5c09ec3df275d594e86.png

44CB05B0-74F9-4F28-A09B-974F62F0FA68.thumb.png.331362f68ac74d50c0f638772d19ab0d.png

This is occurring if I export as a PNG, Tiff or JPEG, haven’t tried others yet. 

Exported File:

3DFBCE27-6DB5-4728-B46F-EE90FEB4C11A.tiff

Screen shot of exported file:

EC347B1A-642D-41D8-9503-C46CAA0846CC.thumb.png.da101355b2272ced8463c819ec5c4bb5.png

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hmm, very odd, but with some experimenting I have found a solution, I found that the picture was a RGB/HDR - when converting to RGB/16 within the affinity project the picture would do what it was displaying when I was exporting the photo and what I was seeing in the thumbnail/preview in affinity (boosted brightness/artefacts). after the change to RGB/16 and some re-editing of contrast, details and colours all is well, what is now showing in affinity is what the export and thumbnail show.  

 

This may have just been this one image/glitch, as I have another in RGB/HDR and that one is absolutely fine...  Thank you for your efforts and time, very much appreciated. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×