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  1. No but it was taken on a BC Ferry I believe this is Bowyer Island. We were on the Langdale-Horseshoe bay run heading to North Van.
  2. I took a quick shot with my google nexus 5x phone from a moving Ferry. The window wasn't clean and I was too late in the morning to catch that Golden Hour light but it was just for fun on a boring 40 min ride. I processed the raw .dng file in Affinity photo did a little cropping and straightening and then had some fun experimenting with adding clarity, adjusting highlights and shadows and adding a gradient overlay to simulate a warmer light.
  3. Uploaded some for you I hope they are helpful
  4. Thanks for looking into this. I am just wondering if there is any update on this? Would love to do a set of styles for Valentines Day one thing I'm noticing is that when applied to text the 3D radius and depth are not being applied the same. after applying the styles to text I have to go in and adjust the radius and depth of 3D effects.
  5. I have been experimenting with using the perlin noise filter in Photo and it is very nice to have a perlin noise filter right within photo. However if it could be done as a live filter with a few improvements would be awesome. Add the ability to stretch the noise Add the ability to angle the noise Here is an example of an effect I did using the perlin filter, it was a bit complex and I would love to be able to go back in and just adjust the noise without having to completely re do the whole thing
  6. Part of a work in progress . a clematis flower created in Affinity Designer
  7. Hi MEB Here are the syles and my afdesign file. I hope this helps. my assorted styles.afstyles styles on text.afdesign
  8. When an object style created using the effects panel is applied to text it is applied the the text as a single object. This has undesired effects with specular highlights, lights and bevels. in the attached image I created some artistic text and then below it I typed each letter as an individual object. In the gel text you can see how the top example which is a single typed word the highlights aren't right and the colours from additional lights added via the 3d effect are applied to the text as a whole. I the second gel text example you see how I wanted the style to look. I the cookie example the bevel looks all wrong in the top example and below again with each letter individually typed you see how the effect should look. Note for this report I am not worrying about the squashing of the bitmap fill as I believe that is another issue that has already been reported.
  9. just a bit of fun. main work done in designer the eye of the feather was created in designer then edited in photo. I really like how I can go into photo apply a live filter and then come back into designer and have that live filter in designer and editable.
  10. First I apologize if I am repeating things already asked for. I like the way macros allow me to automate things but in the future it would make the feature much more usable if more actions could be recordable Such as 1. nesting items within the layers panel 2. setting a fill with the gradient fill tool 3. select multiple objects/layers.
  11. a happy new year card created in Affinity photo
  12. Ok I had a friend check it out for me the bitmap texture did get packed with the macro. I added the texture by opening it in another document and copying it. Then I used Edit>paste inside to fill my text, shapes, or layer with the texture.
  13. I don't have another computer or tablet I can install affinity photo on so I'm not going to be able to tell if the macro is pulling the photo from my HD or not
  14. What I'm wondering is if I create a macro that adds a bitmap texture will that texture be exported in the macro if I export it?
  15. Here is a set of vector snowflakes for use in affinity designer. A tad late I know but maybe they could still be useful. enjoy! snowflakes.afdesign