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Affinity Photo as Plug-in

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    It can if it comes with any plug-ins for Photoshop or Lightroom. See page 8 in the User Guide for instructions on how to install Photoshop plug-ins for Photo RAW to use.

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  • Alan Rabinoff

    Thanks, Brian. I'll check further.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    The specs page for Affinity Photo shows that it does come with a Photoshop plug-in so it should be a matter of copying it to Photo RAW's PhotoshopPlugins folder which you can reach by going to Preferences > Plug-ins and clicking the Open Default Folder button.

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  • Alan Rabinoff

    Terrific! Thanks for checking. Appreciate it.

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  • Alan Rabinoff

    Hmm. Looking at the Affinity specs page, plus their help pages within the Affinity Photo program, it seems Affinity can use Photoshop-compatible plug-ins, but cannot be used as a plug-in itself. Unless someone has other experience doing this, I may have to export and import files as TIF between On1 and Affinity.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Sorry, I must have misread the page. You know about using Send To …, right?

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  • Alan Rabinoff

    No issue. Yes, I've used Send To, thanks.

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