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  1. Just curious if anyone has G'MIC installed as one of their plugins on Affinity? If so what version DL was it that worked?
  2. Affinity Photo is a very good application indeed. It would be nice if it allowed the support of extensions to third party software which would complement its functionality. In particular the GMIC extension which is supported on Paint.Net, GIMP, Digikam. This provides a library of ready made features which could assist in creative work. It would be nice if Photo could interface with Fotosketcher too. A very useful tool for creating art out of photographs. These are only suggestions which may be of use to photographers and digital artists alike.
  3. Here I have taken an original image of a beautiful sunset and using the G'Mic plugin with Affinity Photo created some artistic HDR versions of the Image. Using a variation on the HDR merge technique.
  4. Two here. One engraving stye and one a graphic novel style. Both using the HDR Merge technique.
  5. An engraved Illustration of a classic desktop wallpaper.
  6. Here is a version of Lincoln Cathedral using the stack function with mean pass-through instead of HDR merge. Contrast and exposure altered in the Develop persona with a little boost of black point and vibrance.
  7. Here is my latest illustration created using the HDR Merge and GMIC plugin technique (autobalance, engraving). https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Mrs-4a2fzrAdBsWS2oZVRoEmn3g26GZB/view?usp=sharing You can see the full size version at the link above.
  8. Using the Affinty Photo HDR Merge facility and the G'MIC plugin (Auto balance, Illustration, Engraving) here is an illustration I created of Beamish Museum Durham.
  9. Using Affinity photo, I managed to turn a source image into an illustration using the G'MIC plugin and HDR merge functions. Used G'MIC Engrave and Autobalance, HDR Merge with dramatic tone map.
  10. This is my latest poem as a tribute to the late Captain Sir Thomas Moore. The image was turned into a cartoon using the GMIC extension in Affinity Photo. The poem was written in LibreOffice and imported into Affinity Publisher. Good Knight, Captain Tom
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