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  1. Hmm I mean if you have for example 3 different exposures from a bracketing and you just want to use the sky from the darker exposure I want to create a mask, where just the brighter things in the image(in this case the sky) is visible, so just the darker sky will be visible on top of the brighter exposures. Like this guy does it in this video at 05:13 for example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uoKbSxjROU
  2. Hello, I have a question regarding the "Apply Image" function. I saw a tutorial where Apply Image was used in Photoshop to change the mask of an image to become the source image but as a mask (so just the dark and bright information). It was used to blend multiple exposures together. Is it also possible with the Apply Image feature in AP, or is there any other option? I hope it is clear what I mean, because I find it hard to explain. Thanks in advance :)
  3. Thanks for the reply :) Are there any other features in the update apart from the HDR and 360 photo editing?
  4. Is it known yet when the 1.5 update will be released for Affinity Photo? Looking forward to it :)
  5. Thanks for the quick responses :) That was very helpful :)
  6. Hello, is it possible to automatically align layers or photos? For example if I have 3 photos with 3 different exposures which I shot handhold, so the photos differ slightly. Is there a way to align the photos? There doesn't seem to be the possibility to make an HDR, will it be implemented in the future?
  7. Is there a way to increase/decrease the brush size on a german keyboard? I don't have those 2 keys which are assigned for it on the english keyboard.
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