Nadeem Ayoob


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  • in reply to: Apple Pro/Max benefits? #129230
    Nadeem Ayoob
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    That’s very helpful. Thanks Nik!

    in reply to: Raw Power/Apple Photos/Affinity Photos workflow help #129200
    Nadeem Ayoob
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    Affinity won’t be able to read/translate the edits you’ve done in Raw Power. As every app is different, the way they apply changes is different, thus no two apps will be compatible (except from the same company i.e. Lightroom to Photoshop). If you want to edit in Affinity with the changes you’ve applied in Raw Power, you’ll need to export a TIFF of the edited image from Apple Photos, then open that in Affinity. Here is a good article (written by Raw Power’s Nik Bhatt) that gives some insight into editing RAW images https://tidbits.com/2019/06/14/the-ins-and-outs-of-non-destructive-editing-in-photos-for-mac-and-ios/

    in reply to: Raw Power/Apple Photos/Affinity Photos workflow help #129202
    Nadeem Ayoob
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    Affinity won’t be able to read/translate the edits you’ve done in Raw Power. As every app is different, the way they apply changes is different, thus no two apps will be compatible (except from the same company i.e. Lightroom to Photoshop). If you want to edit in Affinity with the changes you’ve applied in Raw Power, you’ll need to export a TIFF of the edited image from Apple Photos, then open that in Affinity. Here is a good article (written by Raw Power’s Nik Baht) about editing RAW images The Ins and Outs of Non-destructive Editing in Photos for Mac and iOS.

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    in reply to: Sliders #129183
    Nadeem Ayoob
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    Would it be possible to implement a feature to allow, if you tap on the slider’s number value it brings up a dialog box (looks like a calculator screen) allowing us to enter a specific value? For example, on white balance tapping on the temp value a dialog box allows us to enter a specific temp, or tapping on the value of the exposure slider allows us to enter a specific value like 1.37.

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