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  1. Many thanks, Alfred. That's very helpful. If it's the case, it's also depressing. But thanks for reporting it.
  2. Dear Siavash, I assume you're quoting my question because you have the same one! If so, I would recommend going to the Affinity tutorial video on Stacks, which solved my problem. Good luck! Incidentally, I'm really impressed with the videos: clear, no-nonsense, expert and thoughtful.
  3. Thanks very much, R-C-R. I'll do that.
  4. Dear Old Bruce, Thanks for this swift and helpful response. I'm afraid I'm too much of a beginner to get all of that in one go, however: if you're able and willing to let me know this in a more detailed way, I'd really appreciate it. Step-by-step, in other words! I tend to use this software as a darkroom, and haven't yet got my head around the intricacies of Layers etc. Thanks in advance - but I quite understand if I'm asking too much.
  5. Dear Forum ... I'm a new user of Affinity Photo, having used Photoshop for some time. I'm very impressed. Thank you to you and all your team for the software, and for the clear and helpful tutorials. I have a specific question today, and am not sure I'm posting in the right place, so please let me know if I need to go elsewhere for this ... I have taken two separate photos, one featuring a person and the other not, which a web designer wants to use to animate (making the figure appear/disappear). I locked the shots, but clearly not well enough because they don't register properly. Is there a way I can lay one over the other, move them to register the images and then crop both accordingly? Your help, or that of a colleague, would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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    Dear Tony, I'm a new user of Affinity Photo, having used Photoshop for some time. I'm very impressed. Thank you to you and all your team for the software, and for the clear and helpful tutorials. I have a specific question today, and am not sure I'm posting in the right place, so please let me know if I need to go elsewhere for this ... I have taken two separate photos, one featuring a person and the other not, which a web designer wants to use to animate (making the figure appear/disappear). I locked the shots, but clearly not well enough because they don't register properly. Is there a way I can lay one over the other, move them to register the images and then crop both accordingly? Your help, or that of a colleague, would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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