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  1. Yes, it's true. The only thing I can say for sure about this image is the fact that it took bloody ages and lots of experimentation.
  2. My first composite in AP to practice masking. Kind of European landscape (3 photos taken in France, 1 in Germany and 1 in Ireland). ;·)
  3. Don't believe everything that Hollywood tells you. I have it from good authority that these two guys get on like a house on fire; the first chance they get, out comes the piano and before you know it - it's an all out rendition of "Nessun Dorma." And if you thought the Italian language was difficult to understand. . .just you wait till you hear this mother sing. Put that in your dreadlocks and smoke it!
  4. I've always been a Chess player as far back as I can remember. This picture is a fanciful acknowledgement of that.
  5. Not too sure why I did this, it just grabbed me as a good idea.
  6. I don't know. . .the things I do to keep myself amused. I actually lost count of the number of layers I had going on this one, they just grew exponentially until I didn't know what to do anymore! Arghhh!! The layers, the layers! Still, gotta laugh haven't you?
  7. An example of something coming from nothing. I began this picture with an entirely different intent for its outcome, but when inspiration comes along - you just have to run with it.
  8. Produced my first action figure photo shoot So much easier than working with real people! Action figure was photographed by me on a miniature photo studio I built, and lit with speed lights fired remotely using radio triggers. The background is stock. All elements were composited in Affinity Photo on my 10.5" iPad Pro.
  9. Here is the final image that I was having the crashing issue with a couple days ago. 100% iPad Pro with Affinity Photo. Hope ya like.
  10. Did I laugh or what. Yes. . .I giggled all the way through this.
  11. I've been using Affinity Photo and Designer since nearly their respective launch dates, and I continue to hold hight hopes for this company and it's products. I recently decided to begin a transition to an entirely mobile workflow, utilizing an iPad Pro 10.5, Affinity Photo, and any additional apps needed to do the work I wish to do. I'm almost a week into my new mobile journey, and I'm not only blown away by this setup, I have little desire to work on anything else. Can't wait to see how AF for iPad improves! If the app devs are reading this... ADD MASK REFINEMENT IN PHOTOS PERSONA, PLEASE! Anyway, here's a 6-image composite of my niece on her Jurassic Easter Egg Hunt.
  12. Just my imagination running riot. . .again!
  13. Hi, I'm fairly new to photo editing and I just bought AP. I'm trying to achieve this effect by following this (PS) tutorial, tho I'm stuck at what hes does at 6:00 into the clip. When I'm trying to make the mask and then invert it, tho I don't get the same effect in AP. Could anyone explain how to achieve this in AP? Couldn't find any AP tutorial on a similar effect.
  14. I have not been able to find any information in help files or video tutorials of how to make a composite image from separate RGB layers. I've done this in PS but can't seem to find a way to do this with affinity. I've imported my RGB Astronomy images into a layered RGB image and filled each layer with color in the channels section. I just cannot figure out to whit's end how to combine them into a composite so I can finish processing the images. Flatten or merge don't seem to work. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
  15. Here’s some of my photo manipulation done in my love: affinity photo for iPad dont challenge me here, because I care less if your work is better than mine, rather I care if you yourself like your work as well as mine to share with me and all who feel the same describe your techniques, how long it took, anything original about your workflow... leave SE your raw assets if you want, let’s create a discussion about improving how we use affinity
  16. Here’s some of my photo manipulation done in my love: affinity photo for iPad dont challenge me here, because I care less if your work is better than mine, rather I care if you yourself like your work as well as mine to share with me and all who feel the same describe your techniques, how long it took, anything original about your workflow... leave SE your raw assets if you want, let’s create a discussion about improving how we use affinity
  17. -Survivor ​Another composite created in Affinity Photo for iPad, made up of about 7 images, went really dark on this one for some reason! *Edit: I've updated the image, this is version 3, I've made a few edits to the original Allan
  18. Here's another, created using Affinity Photo for iPad... made up of 5 images. Seriously, why is this so addictive! Allan Thompson
  19. Still experimenting with existing light composites. Enjoy!
  20. I just recently purchased Affinity Photo for Windows, and I'm loving it! I decided to try my hand at a composite photo, so here it is. I wanted to put my subject in the least likely geographic location I could imagine, and I thought an Edinburgh Castle guard on Bourbon Street would work. I call it, "Castle Guard on Leave." Your thoughts?
  21. I am compositing multiple layers, using masking to control the visibility of lower layers. I have a really simple example, but I see that there is a transparent or white fringe around the main shapes where the colours of the lower layer do not 'meet' the higher layer. I attach a snapshot of the image issue and also of the layers tab. the main shapes (flowers) have themselves been created by selection or eraser to separate them from a background, and they sit on a transparent background. I figure that I am doing something simple wrong, although I have watched the relevant videos (I think!). So would welcome tips to rectify.
  22. hi all, Interested in seeing any good double exposure tutorials you've come across out there - obviously created in Affinity Photo. Perhaps you have your own project you'd like to publish to the Share Your Work sub-forum? Have a good day.. :-) Andy Capstick
  23. So, as I've previously mentioned, I've been on a quest to replace Adobe products in my workflow. I've been a proud owner of Affinity Photo and Designer since last year, but was still using Photoshop, Lightroom, etc... Well, with my subscription finally ending, and choosing not to renew, I wanted to really push A-Photo into my workflow permanently. I chose a specific YouTube tutorial where the artist used Photoshop (uses Photoshop for all tutorials), and recreated the image using A-Photo. For the most part, A-Photo and Photoshop went tik for tak on tools and layer properties. Where there were differences, I was able to find suitable workarounds in A-Photo to achieve the action/look needed. In the end, it's a no brainer for me. Adobe products are no longer on my Mac, and I've never been happier. I'm waiting for the next update like a child waiting for Christmas, and I'm really excited to see this great app evolve and improve. Keep up the great work boys! Oh, and please bring Luminosity Masks! Image Specs: The sky, ocean surface, ocean floor, fish, bear, children were all stock images. The bubbles and water splashes were airbrushed. Final color grading and vintage film effects were added using Nik Analog Efex Pro. Cheers!
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