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RobNJ

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  1. Please pardon the "Thread Necromancy" But, as of today, I have finally cut the cord, and cancelled my Adobe plan!
  2. I'll tell ya next week.... or next month... or........
  3. How do you keep a photo editor in suspense?
  4. You're right.... Off to make coffee!!!
  5. Sounds easier than my method, I'll give it a try!
  6. Takes longer to describe, than to do, but..... Under "Document", choose "Resize Canvas", and increase it, by the width of your choice Add a pixel layer, drag it below the "background layer" Use "Flood Fill Tool" ON THE PIXEL LAYER!! ( I need to keep reminding myself ), in the color of your choice...I used black, in this.
  7. Got them both, for my favorite price.. FREE!! Thank you very much!! If you haven't checked out his courses.. DO SO! I now have four Affinity Photo, and one Nik courses, of his.
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    Resources Differentiation

    Sounds like the best solution
  9. If I'm reading the question properly... When opening TS as a plugin... send the adjustments made in Topaz, back to Affinity, by clicking the "OK" on the bottom right, of the Topaz screen.. see the sloppy attempt at drawing an arrow, below
  10. RobNJ

    Affinity.Graphics Resources

    Thank you!!
  11. Yes, when I click the "OK" icon, on the bottom right, it brings the adjusted image back to AP (And, pardon my inability to draw a straight line )
  12. Congrats!! Not only very informative videos, recorded at a decent volume!
  13. My first successful sky replacement. An abbey in England, courtesy of Pixabay, and a morning sky, from an Osprey Cam, in Maine.
  14. Hobbyist here.. I'd like to ditch PS, but I can't get all the results I want with AP. Although, I'm the first to admit, it's the operator, not the software. Hmm... let me rephrase.. "I can't get all the results I want with AP.. YET!
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