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  1. There are online tools like photomosh that also give interesting results. Original: 12019
  2. Hi Gary. Yes. You can check this by generating 3 layers and filling them with some random RGB values. Stack the layers, set the stack to Mean, Median or SD and check the values in the info panel. Finally, do the math in a spreadsheet to compare the values with the info panel. Here is an example:
  3. Same as me. I see. It's doing almost the opposite of what it's supposed to do. Initially you said that the dehaze suddenly stopped working. I noticed that in the last few days my operating system has been very active with updates. It is possible that the problem is related. Or, it could just be coincidence. In the meantime, if no solution emerges, I suggest you report this under "Photo Bugs found on Windows".
  4. (I probably didn't quite understand the problem) Dehaze tab? Are you refering to the "Haze removal" filter? I'm getting a completely different result. Have you tried @walt.farrell suggestion? Im running windows. What is your OS?
  5. I would also like Affinity Photo to have this feature. But i don't know which would be the best model. Photoline uses HSI.
  6. Hi @PixelDude Raoul Maybe you should make a copy of your work. This way you can use the plugins. To make a copy of all visible layers: Layer > Merge Visible (Ctrl+Alt+Shift+E) OR Right click > Merge visible
  7. Hi @johndmoulton If the brush has parts that are not completely opaque, and being a textured brush this may well be the case, I don't know any way to avoid this problem. A few days ago we had a similar topic here in the forum. Blend Mode: Darker Color not painting over white canvas (please, test with graphic tablets)
  8. Hi Roberto and welcome. Please uncheck Protect Alpha (top right corner).
  9. Your right. I suggested merging the mask to replicate the workflow related to your question as closely as possible. (To preview the mask you can press Alt + Mouse click on the mask thumbnail)
  10. Right. There must be many examples but try to invert (Ctrl+I) just the red channel. You will need those edit buttons.
  11. Hi Friksel See if this workaround works for you. Rasterise to mask a white pixel layer Add a mask and drag it to the top. Paint on the mask. If you want to see only the alpha channel, turn off the visibility of the RGB channels. At the end you can merge the mask (Ctrl+E) (destructive)
  12. You're right. Exactly. It's hard for me to explain, but if the opacity isn't 100%, it tries to build up the strokes and as result you see that accumulation. You mentioned the word tablet so many times, but somehow i didn't pay enough attention. Sorry for that Jose. I didn't help much, but You're welcome.
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