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  1. All elements sourced from the same photograph. Ermm...ok. How does one get a picture posted here? I uploaded the image using the upload feature in here - so what's happened that I'm not understanding? Ethereal Woodland Sprite.tif
  2. I never realised before now that a pixelated picture could make me feel so old!
  3. Your pictures are simply wonderful to behold. I look on in envy. Keep up the fine work!
  4. Thanks're a life saver!
  5. How does one reset the foreground/background colours to black & white? I am so used to a one click operation in photoshop - but I find this is not replicated in AP. There must be a simple way to do this but I can't find how to in all the video tutorials I have seen that relate to the colour palette.
  6. Hi Alfred, Thanks for that - much appreciated.
  7. Like anything new one has simply got to get on with familiarising oneself with the perceived 'newness' and do exactly that - get familiar with it. I have been busy just playing around with the program and slowly but surely I am getting somewhere nearer to a greater understanding of how to use it. So far I have found nothing negative to say about it but can only give praise to a real alternative to Photoshop. I must say that so far I'm impressed with everything I have dabbled with and I'm sure that as I delve deeper into the workings of AP my initial assessment will remain the same. However, I do have a question already! I know this is NOT Photoshop and every single feature will not be replicated in AP but, is there any chance that in the future an update might include a tool similar to the PUPPET TOOL as found in Photoshop?
  8. Hello! I wasn't sure where to post this but I guess this is as good a place as any. I am very green and very new to Affinity Photo. I have used Adobe Photoshop7 forever but never liked their new selling concepts such as CC (Creative Cloud) etc - hence why I never upgraded. I recently discovered AP by sheer accident (yes, i never knew it existed), and after watching several tutorials online I became intrigued. I have now downloaded the free trial and trying to come to terms with a different way of working with my designs. I have to be honest and say it's all a tad confusing for me right now because I have become accustomed to a program I know like the back of my hand. I know that, with use, AP will eventually become like second nature to me, it's just a matter of keeping on keeping on! The main reason I am switching (trying to switch) is purely because of the price as opposed to Adobe and, AP seems to have all the higher functions and the price for all that seems very attractive indeed.