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oflatun

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  1. Thanks Jakerlund. This is really bad and for now I have to use Lightroom and AP combination, which I organise my Raw files (using like Bridge) and do main shadow&highlight adjustments there and then on Lightroom options I send my photo to AP as .tiff (16 bit) to further editting.
  2. Hi, I have just started to work on AP yesterday and I have realised one thing as Adobe Lightroom user; Highlights and Shadows adjustment algorithms on AP doesn't work like Adobe. If I adjust highlights&shadows on Adobe it responses with mid tones and doesn't create fringes, but with AP they work so extremely, for example when removing with sky highlights I can't manage to have correct sky view anymore coz it effect all the photo extreme way. Do you have any idea how I can deal with it or do I apply somethings wrong? Thank you, Oflatun.
  3. Thank you, I have already added that page to my favourites to check them all one by one :)
  4. Thank you very much for the answer Coranda. I have started to read Help section in AP for now as user manual to be familiar with the terms and then I will do what you recommended me. Have a great day!
  5. Hi, I have bought Affinity Photo last night after 2 days of searching on the net. I have been using Lightroom for 1 year, as hobby and semi-pro works. I really enjoy it but i feel that I should move forward and Lightroom is just a quick package edit tool limits you in some ways. I have never used Adobe PS, and I have to learn everything here with Affinity Photo. What would you offer me for the start for fast learning? Should I start to watch all of Affinity Tutorial videos with taking notes and ailing them on my photos? or would it be good to watch Adobe PS tutorials too, as it has more source to watch and read and not that different from Affinity Photo? Thank you' Oflatun
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