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  1. Paint black on black like Pierre Soulages Affinity Photo beginners tutorial. In this Digitally Fearless Affinity Photo beginners tutorial I experiment with oil painting black on black in the style of artist Pierre Soulages. This tutorial can give you ideas on how to come up with creative and interesting backgrounds and artwork. It uses layers, 3d and lighting FX. https://youtu.be/1pYmtpC77ng
  2. Is there a way to save a live lighting filter as a "new" light? or preset? I've searched the forums and read everything I can get my hands on regarding lighting, but I can't seem to find any setting that allows you to do this, (as a similar function allows in Photoshop). If there is no function like this, are there any plans to develop this in the future?
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