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Omprakash Selvaraj

When developing new RAW image photo looks washed out in "Photo Persona" after coming from "Develop Persona"

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Verified that this issue is not happening in previous beta versions.

Steps.

1. Open a RAW image in Affinity photo

2. Click develop button in the "Develop" persona and go to the "Photo" persona

Issue:

Now in the Photo persona, the image looks washed out compared to the image that was shown in Develop persona. I understand that, Clipping to 8 bit is no longer done in new version. But it should be consistent between how image looks in "Develop" Persona and "Photo" Persona. 

 

Screen shots: (New Image opened and shown in "Develop Persona":image.thumb.png.cc81678bc7e9f095fa8518fb5a942f02.png

 

Now after clicking develop the image is shown in Photo Persona:image.thumb.png.15228c13c8b14893ff07efe3c5b8c2bb.png

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There have been topics posted about this already, and the bug has been acknowleged. The Develop process, when developing to RGB/16, is assigning a linear ICC profile rather than the proper profile. If you check the context menu in Photo Persona you'll see it says "ROMM RGB ISO...  (Linear)". Until the bug is fixed you can go to Document > Assign ICC Profile... and assign the non-linear version of the profile.


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9 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

There have been topics posted about this already, and the bug has been acknowleged. The Develop process, when developing to RGB/16, is assigning a linear ICC profile rather than the proper profile. If you check the context menu in Photo Persona you'll see it says "ROMM RGB ISO...  (Linear)". Until the bug is fixed you can go to Document > Assign ICC Profile... and assign the non-linear version of the profile.

Thank you Walt. I just observed that the issue is there for 32bit image also.

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