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  1. Hi all, i'm Gabriele and i'm new of this software. I've start to use and try to find a way to get the best of my photo. I've a first question. When i had use CS6 i used often the oil painting filter to give a "Van Gogh" sensation to my photo. There's something for Affinity? Thanks a lot for your answer :)
  2. When I use the Perspective Filter (a Live Filter Layer) on a text it works as long as the text is 100% opaque. When setting it down to transparency, the text is no longer displayed correct. Under some circumstances the export is also kaput. Unfortunately I cannot upload a file.
  3. Sharpening with an edge mask 1. This is a portrait after RAW conversion with standard sharpening applied to eliminate anti-aliasing from the sensor. The image is sharp, but not tack sharp. I will improve on this by using a sharpen filter in Affinity Photo. The problem is, that the effect is applied globally to the entire photo. Smooth gradients, like the skin will be affected also and in most cases this is not desireable. Therefore, I will show you a way to create an edge mask, which allows to only sharpen the edges and leave the gradient portions of an image intact.
  4. Hi y'all -- I am trying to do in Affinity what I used to do in Photoshop using a "Photo Edges" filter -- to reduce and simplify an image into a set number of colors, in flat areas, in a way sort of like the Obama "Hope" poster but usually not in patriotic colors. Is there a filter like this under a different name in Affinity? I'm sorry to ask for a translation -- with software as complex as both Photoshop and Affinity, it's quite a learning curve.
  5. Hallo, in diesem Affinity Photo Tutorial zeige ich wie man eine Vignette erstellt. Zu den Bildkorrekturen im Vorspann: Wie das geht habe ich im gesonderten Tutorial „Belichtung & Tonwertkorrektur“ gezeigt. In this Affinity Photo Tutorial, I show you how to create a vignette. And the previous photo corrections: I did a separate video „Belichtung & Tonwertkorrektur“ (aperture & curves). ​Ciao Jack www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPQVQ0UyfFA www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPQVQ0UyfFA
  6. Hi guys, since I got Photo I wonder how to use the FFT Denoise filter the way it’s supposed to be used. I never heard of it before and I can’t find a explanation for dummies or a tutorial for it. Someone – please enlighten me! :D Have a nice weekend Dennis
  7. Hey, I have installed Topaz Adjust 5, but when I try to use it, I get following message: IPC memory in use or picture to big. The picture is 650x450 px. Please help. STKN
  8. I may be one of the the last to update a software.. yet, I watched the tutorial on haze removal before updating, before I updated. And I can not seen to find the "Haze Removal" under the filter tab. Geez, (Silly me) I apologize. I'm uploading to Aperture on my Mac Book Pro (giggles, a lot of pro and needed more book!).
  9. Can anybody please tell me what´s happening here? Am I doing anything wrong?
  10. I just watched the shadows and highlights video and questioned myself why does the normal filter still exist? Isn´t the live filter as powerful by any means? https://vimeo.com/136106490
  11. Here's a small bug with the Pixelate Filter. The filter generates "half or partial" pixels. Let me explain. If I want to generate a pixel image I think pixelate filter shouldn't generate half or partial "pixels". I don't know how the filter works but right now you get left with half squares on the sides of the image. I'd love if this filter could calculate the width of the image and keep subdividing based on that. That way you always end up with squares that line up to the outsides of the image. Hope that makes sense! If not apply a pixel filter to an image... make the quantization large ... and you'll see what I mean. Thanks, Ian
  12. I've been playing around with the vignette filter in AP and am wondering if it is possible to move the clear part of the vignette to somewhere other than the center of the image. Is there some kind of work-around that I can use? Thanks
  13. To reproduce: Draw with the brush tool or otherwise generate a raster layer with some content Using the move tool or the transform panel, add a rotate transform to the layer Run a destructive filter command from the main menu (tested with Radial Blur) Increase the Angle parameter for the filter to have a visible effect With the preview active, click somewhere on the canvas to set the center point for the effect to something meaningful, like the center BUG: The filter preview will now be clipped rectangularly (presumably to a memory manager tile boundary) and not display in the extended area the filter would expand the layer region into. Applying the filter will now briefly show a huge bounding box for the layer, which after a short moment shrinks to the correct size The final rendered result is correct even though the preview was not.
  14. When using the Frequency Separation effect, dragging inside the document view will interactively adjust the Radius parameter. So far that's pretty awesome. However, dragging with the mouse will lead to strange and very erratic changes in value for the parameter. Dragging horizontally in a single direction, it might go down and then up again, which is really strange. I looked at the slider behaviour a little more closely, and it turns out the algorithm currently calculates the radius using something like this: Radius = RadiusBeforeAnyChanges + FixedMultiplier * distance( CurrentMousePos, InitialMouseDownPos ); This means that it is impossible to go lower than the initial slider value. So dragging right will increase the radius, but then dragging back left without releasing the mouse will only decrease the value until the original point where the mouse button was pressed is reached, at which point the distance is going to increase again, meaning the slider goes up again. Values lower than when the mouse was pressed can never be reached since a distance is always positive or zero of course. This is confusing to the user to the point where I would consider it a bug that makes the feature useless. I would suggest that the algorithm detect on first mouse move whether the mouse is predominantly moving horizontally or vertically and then to use that axis like a slider, for example Radius = InitialRadius + FixedMultiplier * DeltaX for horizontal movement. Any movement upwards or to the right would be defined as positive increments, and anything to the left or downwards as negative increments. That way the user could go below the value that the slider had when the mouse was first held down, and it would mean that the value would always change in a predictable and consistent way when the user drags in a particular direction. When going beyond the limits of the slider, it would probably ideally behave in a way that if, say, the slider limit was 1.0 and the user went to the right to the point where 10.0 would be, moving back to the left would then instantly lead to the slider value being decremented again. One possible addition (though that would probably be considered a feature request) would be support for holding down modifier keys to influence the FixedMultiplier so that the parameter could optionally be changed faster or with more fine-grained precision. Sorry if all this sounds a bit confusing.
  15. Hi Affinite Designer! The german translation of DEPTH OF FILED should be Schärfentiefe, not Tiefenschärfe, as it is called in the last Beta iteration of Affinity Photo Beta 3. Greets Daniel PS: Rock'n'roll software, you created - I am looking forward to Affinity Publisher!! ;-)
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