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Lance_G

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  1. So how is this done in Affinity Photo for desktop (Mac)? I'm struggling to follow the directions in the Channel Studio for the desktop version.
  2. No worries. I use both. So I'll just use the desktop version of AP for this particular task. I greatly appreciate all of the help you guys have provided! Thank you!
  3. YES! Exactly what I need. Do you happen to know if the Info Panel is available in the iPad version of AP as well?
  4. The PIXImperfect technique is EXACTLY what I'm trying to figure out how to do in AP. But I'm having difficulty in figuring out how to measure and change exact RGB values.
  5. @DM1 It looks like your suggestion is the closest thing that will accomplish what I want to do. I just wish there was a way to compare one measured skin tone RGB value on one layer to another skin tone RGB so that one can be adjusted until they are equivalent. Oh well. For the meantime, this colour replacement brush will do. Thanks for the suggestion!
  6. Hello. I’m at a loss.... I’ve been trying this find a way to adjust skin tones in my images by adjusting the RGB values of the original image to standard RGB values for flesh tones. I can’t for the life of me find a way to replace one RGB value in the image to another. I’m using Affinity Photo for desktop and iPad (both). So a way to do it in either would be greatly appreciated! Help!
  7. Hello everyone. This is my first Affinity Forums post and I'm excited to be a part of the community... I'm wondering if there is an ETA as to when Affinity Photo (both Desktop and iPad versions) will support the RAW format for the newly announced Canon EOS R mirrorless camera? Yesterday's announcement from Canon has many people excited for the new R system (including me!) and I'd love to easily bring this new camera and lenses into my workflow with Affinity Photo. Also, will there be lens correction available for the new RF series lenses? These lenses look to be quite impressive from an optical quality perspective, but support for them would also be greatly appreciated. Thanks for any information you could provide on this.
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