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    Affinity Photo Experiences Printing B&W?

    Looking at "photoshop" software before diving into digital printing. (I'm using only B&W 4x5 film, and not interested in color.) What are your experiences, good or bad?
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    Re: Affinity Photo Experiences Printing B&W?

    Dear Peter, I am shooting only B&W. When I scan my images I scan them in RGB. Usually, I get some toning. When I open Photoshop I scroll down "image" and transfer to B&W. Then I am using the Photoshop tools and manipulation if I need. I am happy with the results.

    Bill

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    Re: Affinity Photo Experiences Printing B&W?

    Thanks, Bill!
    To all, to be clearer, I want to hear from users who are using Affinity Photo software!
    Peter Collins

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    Re: Affinity Photo Experiences Printing B&W?

    So far no real complaints with a similar purpose from bringing in scanned negs to printing. I've been able to find common features I used (no heavy post processing) with Affinity Photo as with Photoshop. Steps maybe a bit different but it is well documented on Yotube. The only complaint I have are the acv files I've used in Photoshop can't be imported - at least I haven't seen a method of doing so.
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