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ClarityDynamic

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About ClarityDynamic

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  • Birthday 09/12/1981

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    Graphic design, photography, vectors, Twitter, politics, sociology, psychology, AMR resistance, climate change, astrophysics, theoretical physics, derivatives trading, options & futures, league of legends, hot girls, slime

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  1. I am doing RAW processing using Adobe Camera RAW, when I am finished should I save the file as a TIFF or PSD before opening in Affinity Photo? I do RAW processing in Camera Raw and then save as a 16 bit image I am just unclear what file format preserves the quality the best?
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    Take Off - Blade Runner-inspired illustration

    This is good, ArtStation is interesting ive never heard of it before today...
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    Crystal Reed - Sophia Falcone vector portrait

    Wow, that is quite good. Did you have a sketch as Reference? I like how you used a picture frame mockup for the finished piece. Perhaps put her in an art gallery mockup also. May I ask who she is?
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    @infinite_canvas (the instagram artwork)

    I like this mess whatever it is. It looks like my work space when I am using mockups and photos together to make a graphically appealing post on instagram or twitter. My suggestion would be to GET GOOD at organizing layers QUICK, the more elements you have the more complicated making changes will be also if you are collaborating with others they won't be able to make hide nor tail of this smorgasburg of stuff
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    girl wearing boots

    I like this, did you do the original on paper or was it all accomplished on software?
  6. wait nevermind, affinity photo opens DNG in raw mode, so if I want to use adobe camera raw to process my RAW images but affinity photo to edit what format should I save in adobe camera raw, or should I just stop using camera RAW? the only reason I do is more edit features it seems like anyway
  7. One more question. Let's say I tweak my RAW file in Adobe Camera Raw should I save the file as a DNG to continue editing in Affinity Photo?
  8. Another example, white balance. If I don't get the correct look while editing the RAW file I know I can adjust white balance using an adjustment later or filter but do I lose any functionality or quality since I'm no longer dealing with a RAW file? It's probably not noticeable if there is, correct? I sometimes after I have already been editing a photo will decide to change the white balance for a different effect
  9. My RAW files are .ARW from a Sony mirrorless, another question is, for example when dealing with the RAW image when I adjust brightness lets say, I am dealing with all of the image data, when I develop the image and then modify brightness will I lose some of the quality or function I would have otherwise had if I was still dealing with the RAW image and adjusting brightness as a RAW operation?
  10. Thank you that’s exactly what I was wondering . I have noticed that once I do tap developed my picture is still 20MG. Not as much as the raw though. Why does the Photoshop or affinity photo make it so you can edit raw files with filters and stuff I’m sure they could do itT
  11. Thank you that’s exactly what I was wondering . I have noticed that once I do tap developed my picture is still 20MG. Not as much as the raw though. Why does the Photoshop or affinity photo make it so you can edit raw files with filters and stuff I’m sure they could do itT
  12. My sincerest apologies if this has been addressed before however I couldn't word my search string brief enough to find anything... Here goes: When I import my RAW photo into affinity photo iPad and make whatever corrections I want when I tap "develop" does affinity compress the RAW file into a jpg or something. For example after I tap develop and start applying filters, adjustment layers and so on is does that image still contain all the RAW data until I export the finished photo? Se
  13. @maco welcome to the wonderful apple eco system but mark my words once you see how amazing iPad is 200GB of storage won’t seem like a lot at all I’m excited for you to begin this journey cuz there is nothing you can’t design on an iPad.
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    Workflow with vectors

    Yes thank you. Where can I find other people that use vectors on photographs? I’ve searched online but u don’t even know what this is called. I’m using a vector image as a PNG on pictures to make them more interesting or just for effect. What is that called and are there groups or websites that deal with this specific aspect of graphic design or whatever it’s called?
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    Workflow with vectors

    I usually place PNG vectors on photographs like in the example. Usually I’ll download the vector .ai file open in designer remove backgrounds and such and save the file as a PNG then “place” the image on my photograph in affinity photo. I placed the vector picture frame as a PNG and also the 10 and green check mark. Is this the correct workflow or way to accomplish what I’m doing with these photos? Is there a better way. Also what is this call that I’m doing?
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