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  1. I took a photo restoration class a while ago. Class used photoshop, but I did all my work with Affinity Photo v1. I have a damaged image provided in the class here. I did my restoration work on it and then I tried colorizing it on my own (not an assignment for this image). I have been restoring quite a few old family photos. Some are too damaged for me to do anything with.
  2. My very first colourization in Affinity. Mainly done on Colour Balance Adjustment and Masks. Open to suggestions/improvements
  3. Hi I've been working on my first colorization proyect in affinity photo for windows......
  4. Hi me again..... In this post I want to show you my second colorization work...............
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