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swilson

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  1. Thanks Murfee! Please can you share your afphoto file, so I can have a look? Thanks Stuart
  2. Try Layer Effects (fx), you can change Fill here. Have a look at this video.
  3. Maybe 2 years too late but better late than never! You can change Fill through Layer Effects - fx Have a look at this video.
  4. You can adjust fill by Affinity Photo's Layer Effects fx. When you select a layer or adjustments, you click fx and the Layer Effects window pop up. You can able to change Fill Opacity at bottom right Layer Effects window. I created a quick video for you. https://youtu.be/s2XhSt3ucr0 Stuart
  5. Hello Simon, I tried to access your blog website to learn more about the blend modes but my chrome flagged up your website is not safe to access. It said the security certificate expired 3 days ago or mis-configuration. I hope this can be resolved so I can get on to your website to do your AP tutorials. Thanks Stuart
  6. Hello, I updated my iPad Pro 10.5 to iOS 11. And then updated the Affinity Photo 1.6.5. I tried to import a photo from Dropbox through ‘Import from Cloud’ and the photo downloaded but the photo didn’t opened, it just went back to Affinity Photo main screen. Nothing stored in there at all. I restarted my iPad Pro 10.5 and still same issue. Is this a bug? Update: I added a video here - Kind Regards Stuart
  7. swilson

    Affinity Photo pdf manual for your enjoyment.

    Top work! It is gonna to be my bible book from now. Thank you so much.
  8. Affinity Photo for iPad has revolutionised how I use it and saves me lots of time because now I can use it anywhere - sofa, commuting, camping etc - and don't have to wait until I'm back home and get my laptop out, and get some peace and quiet from the kids! Brilliant! At the moment, I don't have a protective cover on the screen and find that it's too smooth and slippy for fine editing. I would like to protect my iPad screen and still be able to use my Apple Pencil for editing, and am considering this PaperLike protector - https://getpaperlike.com/. From reading about this, I think it would give me the better control of the Apple Pencil I want as the information says it gives feedback control as it has friction/resistance. But I realise that the roughness might reduce the sharpness of images. So I was wondering if any of you have this and if it reduced the sharpness of photos/images, or created any other issue when you're editing? I'm not a professional photographer, and tend to use it for retouching family photos and photos I've taken when out for walks with my photography group, so I really don't want to spend a lot of money on this if it doesn't seem like it will give me the solution I'm looking for! Thanks Stu
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