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brunzenstein

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About brunzenstein

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  • Birthday 10/28/1948

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    Vienna
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    Mac, desktop publishing, cooking and reading fine stuff

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  1. Without at least some basic knowledge in English language its impossible to get a foot in photo editing in first place - please be considerate
  2. Besides Vimeo - there are literally tons of very instructive videos covering Affinity Designer as well as Affinity Photo in different qualities to be found on Youtube
  3. Thank you for your swift answer. It does not matter, at least for me, I was just curious if I may have overlooked also that :)
  4. When selecting a preview picture placed from shutterstock as requested by the "help" file from within AP I fail to receive the popup of the mentioned "Open Stock URL / context toolbar" e.g. the URL leading me back to the shutterstock website for buying the photo. Have I overlooked something? Also - how may I enter another stock photo site besides shutterstock into the selection?
  5. When selecting the picture as requested by the "help" file from within AP I fail to receive the popup of the mentioned "Open Stock URL / context toolbar" e.g. the URL leading me back to the shutterstock website for buying the photo. Have I overlooked something? Also - how may I enter another stock photo site into the selection?
  6. How to cut such easy to spray on paper masks with Affinity Photo or Designer? The mask is not such a easy task as the paper cutouts have to be in a fitting form so that the the papermask is not falling apart.
  7. The quality of the videos provided is as usually extremely well executed and prepared with dedication & love Chapeau!
  8. The video is easy enough to follow without knowing German language as thankfully the key presses are visualized. Anyhow - this video is a lonely gem, a true diamond in a see of elbow warm ones as it shows a very clever workflow and nifty use nobody has thought of in the gazillions of wannabe youtube videos for AD until now. Worth watching the two parts even 10 times.
  9. Yes @verysame. Thanks - That way it should work. The squares and lines would have to be fitted individually with shadows as well and then it may look nice.
  10. I do not intend to infringe any copyright (the given picture is here only for demonstration) but I want to ask the community how to set this many shadows in another AD document in this way.
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