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Hi, I love Affinity Photo. There's only one feature that keeps me from switching completely and opening Photoshop anymore. I'm doing lots of Pixel Art for Games and in Photoshop, you can set the pixel aspect ratio to be other than square. Here you can see that a pixel is actually 2:1, 2 pixels wide and 1 pixel tall. This is the standard multicolor mode for many old computers like the C64, Plus/4 etc. It would be fantastic to have this on your feature list. I can't stand using Photoshop anymore. Help me. Cheers, Esshahn
Hi Im trying to find a way of displaying anamorphic frames and then after working on the image rendering back to the anamorphic squeezed format but with out changing the image size. I have tried one method from this forum which is to add an expression into the transform field when setting up the document but when I view the rendered image it is soft, which must be to do with the resampling. There is no other option to sharpen apart from Bilinear when exporting to exr. Is there another less destructive method I can use. Other software allows you to change the pixel aspect ratio. Many thanks Simon
Hi, I am using anamorphic lenses to take photographs and I need to change the size of the image in percentage, that is, instead of units of measurement (cm, pixels, etc.) it would be nice to put the % that will be magnified. In my case it is 133% horizontal and 100% vertical (1.33x anamorphic lens) I think it's not a difficult feature to implement. Cheers. David
Hi i am a long term Lightroom user but new to Affinity photo. I use a anamorphic lenses 1.5x and 2.0x squeeze factor, shoot RAW format only on 16x9 or 3:2 aspect ratio. What i would like to create is a sort of template (or other easy way) where i squeeze my photo's in height 1.5 and 2.0x times (depending on the lens used) so i do not have to do the transform proces over and over again for each photo. (Squeeze the height 1.5 or 2.0 times, width stays the same) Is this possible within Affinity photo? Thanks for your help.