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Cole McA

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  1. MEB, Thank you for the "Welcome" and the quick responce to my questions Cole
  2. I am enjoying using the Trial Version of Affinity Photo and it looks like I may well drop my Adobe CC subscription. I do, however, have two questions I'd like to have clarified before I take the plunge and buy Affinity Photo... 1. Are there advantages/disadvantages buying the program direct from Serif as opposed to buying it from MS App Store? 2. My Photoshop subscription allows me to install PS on both my PC and Laptop (I am sole user and only one version is ever used at one time). Would a single licence be OK, or is it required to purchase two licences? Thank you, Cole
  3. Hello form the UK. I am an Adobe Cloud user and find myself using 3D and Video in Photoshop CC less these days. So I decided to try the Trial version of Affinity Photo. To my delight, Affinity Photo does nearly all I need from Photoshop and it is looking more and more likely I'll be ending my Adobe Cloud Subscription and buying Affinity Photo. Now that raises a question, and I guess I should post that in the questions section of the forum, so for now I'll continue my personal introduction... I am retired and enjoy happy-snapping photography and editing to pass some time. I also create graphics for a couple of clubs and local charities. Far from being an expert, I would class myself as an intermediate (willing to learn) amateur. I'm looking forward to becoming an active member of this forum where I hope to learn much and (occasionally) maybe even help other members. Cole
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