I don't think this has happened before - because it's obvious enough to be seen on a zoomed out photos, and I can't think I wouldn't have noticed it. I edited a Fuji RAW in PR and added a few effects (including Dynamic Contrast) and then sent it to Affinity because I wanted to add some text and stuff. But the Affinity version looked so much softer - almost as if PR had made the Dynamic Contrast negative instead of positive. So I exported to a TIFF. Then a DNG. Then a JPG. They all looked identical to each other and very different to the PR edit. I can't imagine why this could be. The exports of this particular photo look duller and softer. Am I missing something obvious? Does anyone have a clue why this happened. I'm as certain as I can be it hasn't happened before - as soon as I switched to Affinity Photo, I knew it was very different.
I used NoNoise, but not Tack Sharp. The only difference with this photo was I started with Linear Raw instead of (my more usual) ON Standard. But obviously I edited everything.
I wrote this all out once before and attached a screenshot. And when I pressed 'Submit' everything vanished (it might just be a 'My Computer Hates Me Today' day) so I'll put a screenie in the next post.
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