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  1. Is a fence ruining your shot? Easily remove a fence in Affinity Photo in 4 simple steps !! 😮 In this tutorial, we will utilize the power of the inpainting fill feature to remove the fence after creating a selection with the Paint Brush Tool. 🖌 To finish it up I will show you how to use several Healing Tools to remove the shadows of the fence and make final corrections.💉 Stay home, stay healthy, stay creative!
  2. Hello I have been using Affinity Photo for a few years now and never had an issue For some reason when I use the inpainting tool it turns the area I want gone black. I attached a picture to show what it is doing, the black is where I drew with the inpainting tool, it is selected and I always create an a copy. I have done this hundreds of times and never ran across this issue, please help!
  3. I have an image where I need to remove a wall-outlet right next to a dress and I am having a ridiculous time getting a clean removal. (Yes, I know I should have moved her over 3 inches and this would not be a problem...the first few shots taken all was well and then they must have moved and I didn't pay attention and these were the ones where they looked the most adorable...wedding day rushes with the little ones :-) I worked for literally three hours trying to use the different options: healing, inpainting, patch, etc and I had to do several things to get it removed and it is not even a clean removal. I am attaching the image and if you would be so kind as to tell me how to go about this, I would be super grateful. For some reason, I am unable to attach the image...it won't let me. I can try to upload a different way if you share how. Thanks so much! Amy
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