Jump to content

Adam_D

Members
  • Content count

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Adam_D

  • Rank
    Newbie

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    https://adamdesrosiers.com

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Boston, MA USA

Recent Profile Visitors

155 profile views
  1. yes, that works fine. I still want default behavior to avoid zooming in to my image. I will fairly often open a large number of low res images at once. For instance, editing the photos to be included in an email. And to go to each one and need to apply even a simple keyboard command is just annoying - someone at some point settled on the behavior to always fill the workspace with any image opened, or edited, and it doesn't make sense to do this even for very small image. I'd still like my feature request to be considered.
  2. as a web designer, I frequently work with images that are much smaller than my monitor size. So it is quite annoying in Photo that on opening (or after certain kinds of edits) the zoom of the image is always defaulted to whatever size fills my workspace. This means small images are a mess of pixels. I'd really appreciate the option to default the zoom to 100% for smaller images and fill workspace for larger images.
  3. clearly, what I want to do can be done in Designer - it's part of the promo video for the software. But I remain at a loss as to how one does this. I don't need a full video tutorial - just a bulleted list of the essential steps would suffice. Pretty please :)
  4. I have been looking for some time now for an explanation for what's going on in the few seconds of the Designer 1.5 video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybPzM1NO9lc&t=1m8s can someone point me to how this kind of thing is done? It's a sort of real-world-object design mockup I do kinda frequently in photoshop using 'smart object's and would love to figure out how this works in Designer or Affinity Photo but so far I'm at a loss.
  5. Indeed - this proved an unpleasant surprise to me today. Mocking up a website in Designer and will need to hand off to my programmers as a psd file with editable text. This missing feature is a big disappointment. And given how highly Affinity touts the interoperability with photoshop/illustrator it really blindsided me. I don't regret my purchases of photo and designer at all! Great software and I look forward to needing CC programs less in the future. But I don't like that I now need to recreate my design in photoshop.
  6. Anyone know of a workflow in Affinity photo that would facilitate making isometric, extruded rendering of otherwise flat objects, such as accomplished with this kind of photoshop action?
×