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  1. On the iPad version of Affinity Photo I noticed a recent issue with highpass. I didn’t notice it turning my picture gray like it normally did. I tried multiple things to see what the problem was, but none worked. I tried undoing highpass and recreating the duplicate, but it didn’t work. I restarted Affinity Photo, opened the afphoto again, and redid my first attempt to fix it, but it didn’t work, I restarted my iPad then, opened Affinity Photo, opened the picture to work on, created a duplicate, and then tried highpass again. I still saw that the picture wasn’t gray. I went ahead and tried to see if the blends would work and they did, but not as normal. All the blends except for erase made the picture darker in different ways, such as, shadows, highlights, or even the whole picture. Highpass is to help make the picture look sharper not darker. I also noticed after finding the best blend mode I could find that nothing else I did to help the dark shadows of the blend I used worked. Not shadows/highlights, not contrast/brightness, not even exposure worked on neither duplicate or the original picture. Please help me find the solution to my problem or bug Serif, thanks.
  2. This issue has been fixed in the 1.8.6 update. Please read the following article on Affinity Spotlight on how to update your Affinity iPad apps: https://affinityspotlight.com/article/how-to-install-affinity-updates/ This is a known issue but a workaround is to disable Scribble from Settings > Apple Pencil.
  3. This issue has been fixed in the 1.8.6 update. Please read the following article on Affinity Spotlight on how to update your Affinity iPad apps: https://affinityspotlight.com/article/how-to-install-affinity-updates/ Unfortunately, we’re aware of an issue where our iPad apps will crash when accessing Preferences > Fonts on iPadOS 14. We do not currently have a workaround within the app, however you can use 'iFonts' to install the fonts system-wide, for use in Affinity. This is logged with our developers to be fixed
  4. Hi, I want to purchase Affinity Photo on my 7th generation iPad (2019) or in my macbook air 2020 (i3 10th generation processor 1,1 GHz with turbo boost up to 3,2 GHz, 8GB RAM). Which one would work better? (In terms of performance) And just to be sure, both the ipad and the mac version are a one time purchase without any subscription? Thanks in advance Alexander Geisse
  5. I fully understand the complexity of porting to Linux - you need to support various distros, and tech support could be challenging with so many variables - distroes, DEs, kernels, etc... I think that Ubuntu 20.04 LTS represents an excellent opportunity to create for an OS that will have a guaranteed 5 years of support, and which will form the base for distros such as Pop OS and Mint. It is not perfect, but likely an easier way to segue into the Linux World. But why would you want this on Linux? Or why would a user? Because, we want a stable, secure, high performing Affinity environment. This isn't about Windows, MacOS or even Linux, it is about your product. Think about the rise of apps. No one really cares if they are Android or iOS - they want a great, focused experienced. I want to use the Affinity Suite without distractions. I want Affinity more than I want any OS. I want to use your product effectively, efficiently, and without headaches. So why Linux? Because it is the lesser of 3 evils. I do not want the distraction of Windows update, pop ups, ads in my start menu (!), I want to work. I do not want to live in front of my computer, waiting for an update that cripples 800 million workstations, or that kills my performance, or takes away features. On top of that, I do not want the added support/license costs, and security issues. While macOS solves many of these issues, cost is certainly a factor. It becomes very difficult for a small studio or publisher (such as myself) to roll out multiple macOS workstartions. Especially when all I want is a web browser, google docs and Affinity. I think that I am not alone; people may not necessarily be after a catch all linux port, but rather a better Affinity experience, that doesn't come with strings attached because of the underlying OS. Look at what Steam did - they went as far as creating their own Linux distro. Do not be surprised if Adobe does the same down the road - an Ubuntu LTS based iso that boots into a barebones desktop optimized for their suite or products - essentially an App type experience on the desktop. That is not to say you need to go down this road, but supporting one distro (such as Ubuntu 20.04 LTS), with an experience maximized for your products is in users' best interest. While it is easy to underestimate the interest in Linux, I would not underestimate interest for Affinity focused workstations. I am glad to discuss this further, and I am sure that many other Affinity users are as well.
  6. I'm using Affinity Photo and I'd like to stroke a rectangular or circular (or any other selection) shape. I haven't figured out how to do it… I've made the selection with the rectangular marquee tool. In Photoshop, this operation is really easy but I'm stuck in AP. Thanks for your help.
  7. Here I explain 5 ways to sharpen with Affinity Photo. I have also included a macro for download to help with one of them. I hope you find it useful.
  8. A portrait drawing: green eyes and a surprised facial expression. https://www.bodobe.de/facial-expression/
  9. Hi guys, here's a new tutorial video about how to easily remove background from a complex object like a tree or someone's hair. I hope you enjoy this video. Thank you!
  10. 16bit hexvalues uses only 0000-00FF range per colour component. i bet it should be use 0000-FFFF like decimal values use 0-65535.
  11. Hey Guys, Long story short: I was using Affinity Photo 1.8.4 and my computer (macbook pro osx Sierra) crashed. Once I restarted my computer and reopened the program, the project file I was previously working on said my file appears to be corrupted. Is there anyway my work can be restored? Thanks
  12. Hello I am looking to hire a teacher or tutor to master Affinity Designer, Photo and Publisher. I have a big project that I need to use these tools for. My email is michael@michaeltronn.com Thank you very much!
  13. Afffinity Photo Brushes wjhat are these Sub Brushes?Afffinity Photo Brushes wjhat are these Sub Brushes? i try develop own brush set.
  14. Fehlerbeschreibung im Anhang. Hoffentlich mache ich das richtig, ist hier das erste Mal. Verpixelt.docx
  15. Masking a group (in Passthrough mode) leads to unwanted color shifting. See screenshots: mask on layer mask is transferred to the group group blend mode is changed to Normal
  16. When waking with the dawn, one must document it. Sunrise on the Pacific Ocean. Featured Twin Rocks at Rockaway Beach Oregon.
  17. I’m just saying Serif.... I was watching Oculus Quest 2 (revealed today) for Business commercial. I think Gravity Sketch is dope (see video).. but uhh.. would love the next commercial to be Affinity Photo for VR reveal so I can create in my Oculus Quest 2 headset. Serif, Facebook is really committed to get 1 billion people into VR. They are hungry right now and helping established developers with in gettingtheir software on their Oculus Quest 2 platform, to the point where they will be willing to help you develop your software and/or potentially split some of the Development costs. I don’t care about Facebook, but I LOVE VR! Mods my mistake if this the wrong area to post this.
  18. Face_Your_Fears.psdI am following the following tutorial: (time stamped begins at exact location of my issue) As tutorial instructs... I have attached an hsl adjustment to the waterfall layer (background) However, when I try to change the waterfall layer to blue (as tutorial shows) hsl seems to not be working - nothing is happening. (shown in the 2nd video clip below) I then tried it on the boy layer.. also not changing to blue, instead blue pixel blocks appear on the boy image (shown in the 1st video clip below) I closed out Affinity Photo, relaunched it, still having same hsl issue. What am I doing wrong? (I have attached video clips to show what I am experiencing, I have also attached the PSD files) Face_Your_Fears.psd FullSizeRender.mov FullSizeRender.mov
  19. Hi guys, here's the 2nd part of how to make your own brushes in Affinity. I add 2 more things about how to make brushes that I forgot to tell you in the first video. I hope you enjoy and found this video helpful. Thank You!
  20. Photo with iPhone then edited in Affinity Photo on iPad. I created duplicate, then applied mask around the snail. on the lower layer, i added a slight blur and reduced saturation. Added my watermark between the layers and created a custom frame using droplet brush around final project.
  21. Been experimenting with using Affinity Photo for digital painting recently and it's been loads of fun - even made some new painterly brushes in the process! Here are a few tentacles I illustrated to start the week off on the right foot. http://www.instagram.com/christidutoit
  22. Are there any plans in the works to have updated Affinity reference manuals printed. I purchased one of the Photo reference/tutorial books when Affinity first published one, but there have since been LOTS of features added to all of the programs and a handy desktop reference guide at hand, without having to Google every little question I may be foggy on, would be WONDEROUS!!!! Thanks, -DON-
  23. Pretty pleased with this one. I really like photos that incorporate vector shapes / line work, so wanted to have a stab at my own. The space / window section was done in Designer, than that file was placed into the larger picture in Photo with some further work done. I used a lot of tricks I learned from the lockdown Affinity sessions (isometric grids, using textures as overlays, various colour adjustments, etc.), so many thanks for those! 🙂
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