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Hi,

images are loosing the details I did in "Detail Refinement" when I click on Develop and it converts the picture to Photo Persona. The picture looks sharp before converting and blurry afterwards in Photo Persona. I tried it in version 1.6.5.135 and in beta 1.7.0.243, both with the same result. I did some search here in the forum about this, but couldn't find anything, so I'm wondering, if somebody else noticed that too.

DevelopPersona.PNG

PhotoPersona.PNG


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Yes, doesn't apply as much as is applied in the Develop Persona.


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Thanks for clarification. Btw, is there an advantage to sharpen in Develop Persona instead of Photo Persona?


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Then I won't worry about sharpening in Develop Persona anymore, thanks again!


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I have noticed the same thing.

I am wondering why? - ie why was the change made in this release? I really enjoyed the sharpening.

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The fact that, as people have said above, that when you sharpen using the detailed refinement in the Develop persona, when you then develop the image & get transported to the Photo persona, the image doesn't look as refined.

Julie. :-)

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On 2/23/2019 at 3:22 PM, owlp said:

...I tried it in version 1.6.5.135 and in beta 1.7.0.243, both with the same result....

 


Affinity Photo 1.7.1.404 - 1.7.1.404 beta   |   Affinity Designer 1.7.1.404 - 1.7.1.404 beta

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Sorry for taking so long to reply.

For me, when sharpening in the develop persona, then developing, the sharpness stays in tact when thrust into the photo persona.

In the Beta versions 1.7.x this is not the case. The sharpened image becomes less sharp when developed.

I see a marked difference.

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