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  1. Hi MEB, Thank you for your reply. I have tried to follow your instructions and have attached a photo to show you what has happened. I was hoping to be working on a grey scale mask and am not sure what to do with the mask I have. In PS I can mask a layer and use apply image to give me a grey scale mask, I can use a levels adjustment on that mask to then target the areas I require. I can then dodge and burn on the layer and specifically target areas without dark and bright tones bleeding into each other. Is something like that possible in affinity? Thanks very much.
  2. Hi. If I should create a luminosity selection, can I then take the black and white snapshot and adjust it using curves or levels to target the areas I want to adjust more specifically. Any help appreciated, I am massively struggling with luminosity masks in AP.
  3. Hi, is it possible to create a luminosity mask and refine it using levels or curves adjustments. In Photoshop you can mask a pixel layer and then apply image then adjust the contrast on the mask to target the areas you specifically want to adjust. You then darken or lighten the areas by painting on the pixel layer. Can I do something similar in affinity? Many thanks.
  4. Hi Lee thanks for the reply. I have had a go at that but no joy. I could not paint on the mask. is there a way to paint on a masked blank layer where you can darken or lighten targeted areas with no "bleeding". For example if I was to enhance clouds by dodging and burning light and dark areas, but as I dodged it didn't effect the dark areas and vica versa. Cheers, Chris
  5. Hi, is it possible to create a luminosity mask and refine it using levels or curves adjustments. In Photoshop you can mask a pixel layer and then apply image then adjust the contrast on the mask to target the areas you specifically want to adjust. You then darken or lighten the areas by painting on the pixel layer. Can I do something similar in affinity? Many thanks.
  6. Hi, I am happy brushing in local adjustments using - layer-invert, and white paint. How can I then make multiple adjustments to the same area without have to paint on every layer?
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