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  1. Carl123 - Thanks. I see that in the video. I will try that in AP. I was down a rathole trying to make the Dodge tool do it.
  2. Hi Alfred. Thanks for your response. It's a technique used by some landscape photographers, and is apparently a feature of Photoshop (which I don't have or use). It's used to create tinted lighting effects. I would like to replicate the process in AP, preferably in one step. Doing it in two steps (dodge, then add color) isn't quite the same thing, and is twice the work. Carl123 - I have tried the color dodge blend mode in AP and couldn't figure out how to make it do what I wanted, which might be pilot error. I will watch the photoshop video you linked, and see if it le
  3. In Affinity Photo (either Mac or iPad) is there a way to use the dodge tool to apply a color whilst also dodging?
  4. I would like to add that .emf/.wmf export is critical for some workflows. I regularly create .wmf files to import into to other software becasue that's the only format that the other software will take. So it's not about what's best, it's about the limits of other programs.
  5. These file types are critical to my workflow. Without them, I can't use your product. Please consider adding at least .wmf to your stable of exportable file types. thanks!
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