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  1. Joachim_L and Mithferion - Fair comments, but I think they should give both options. ( By the way, I'm just old (63) )
  2. Hi, Just got an email regarding the "Affinity Publisher WORKBOOK" . My suggestion is this; Why not do a PDF version !! The book is a good idea, and I would probably buy a PDF version, but not in hardback form. I can't believe in this day and age you can't produce an Electronic version. By the way, whilst writing, just wanted to say what a great suite of programs you've produced. Well done to you all. Geoff
  3. Chris Thanks for the reply. I also noticed that the less complex the background the more reliable it is too. Much happier now ! Cheers
  4. Done some more testing and it appears that you get better results the more images you have. Maybe 3 wasn't enough to be fair. I was probably over critical and was thinking I'd just wasted my money. Again, to be fair, it's excellent value for what you get.
  5. Very disappointed. I'll be honest, I only really bought Affinity to do one job, which was to remove 'object/people' from Photos. Having bought it yesterday, I tried the stack/median method and I took three photos using a tripod ensuring my subject (stuffed monkey) placed in three separate positions to make sure the background content was clear (i.e. no overlapping of subject). I now attach the result.You can see my subject in at least 2 locations. Any ideas, before I try and get my money back!
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