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BartHovis

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About BartHovis

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  • Birthday 02/22/1955

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    St. Louis, USA
  • Interests
    photography, guitar making, woodworking, dogs, wine, beer

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  1. BartHovis

    And then that happened!

    Such amazing achievements for only 5 years! I used to be a software developer and I know how much commitment and hard work goes into it.
  2. Doh. I figured it had to be something simple. Thanks, MEB!
  3. I don't know what the heck happened, they used to work, but now only HDR Efex is highlighted: ...and here is the preferences dialog: Initially, the top-level Nik directory was showing in the Plugin Search Folders, but I tried adding them individually, but it didn't change anything. If I'm missing something very obvious, fine, but does anyone know what's going on here? Thanks!
  4. I have a bit of an odd question. I'm a guitar maker and photographer. Have been using Affinity Photo for 2 years, and recently bought Designer for a specific purpose: to design the labels that go inside my guitars (in the past I've had a couple graphic artists do that for me). I'm working on learning Designer, but am also wondering if there would be any advantage to having Publisher as well for this purpose, what with Publisher being on sale at the moment... Thanks for any suggestions, Bart Hovis
  5. BartHovis

    Affinity DAM Feature Requests

    I share your pain. If only Photo had DAM, then Affinity Photo would be all I needed. Well, not quite - I would still need better printing functionality. So I still need to use Corel Paint Shop Pro for the things that AP lacks (having dropped Adobe).
  6. I'm pretty new to Affinity Photo, so maybe it's just me, but I can't make sense of crop and rotate in Develop. I loaded a raw image, wanted to rotate it 90ยบ counter clockwise (from horizontal to vertical orientation) and crop it a bit. When rotating (by dragging outside the crop rectangle), it crops the image to the original orientation (cuts off top and bottom), leaving blank space on either side. I'm trying to find a video on YouTube that answers this but so far no answer. Thanks, Bart
  7. Apparently this tool only works when it detects the color red. I tried to use it for a "green eye" in a dog photo but it did nothing. Is there a way to correct when they eye is not red?
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