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  1. On the iPad version of Affinity Photo I noticed a recent issue with highpass. I didn’t notice it turning my picture gray like it normally did. I tried multiple things to see what the problem was, but none worked. I tried undoing highpass and recreating the duplicate, but it didn’t work. I restarted Affinity Photo, opened the afphoto again, and redid my first attempt to fix it, but it didn’t work, I restarted my iPad then, opened Affinity Photo, opened the picture to work on, created a duplicate, and then tried highpass again. I still saw that the picture wasn’t gray. I went ahead and tried to
  2. Hi I'm trying to equalize texture replicating the steps from this video for Photoshop in Affinity Photo. The result I got from Affinity Photo is abit blur and the color abit washed out, in comparison to Photoshop. Did I missed out something? Or it should be different step for Affinity Photo? The steps I did for Affinity Photo: 1. Duplicate the image to 2 more copies like from this video. (Total 3 layers at this point) 2. Then use Filters -> Blur -> Average on 2nd layer. 3. Then adjust blend mode to Linear Light for 1st layer. 4. Then use Filters -> Sharpe
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