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Hello, Since installing Affinity photo version 1.9.1, every time I try to insert an image from Stock. The program closes Thank you for helping me.
I'd like, if possible, to see some more option in the stock tab to make it more usable, the way it currently works has no actual advantage over the browser version, specially because for downloading the image means going to the browser and accessing the website, and the option to drag and drop it directly from the stock tabs has many limitations, besides slowing down the software considerably. The features I'd like to see implemented are simple functions like, download, open, place, and info, probably all in a right-click menu. What I have in mind: kind of a pop up (tooltip) that'd show the maximum size of the image that's possible to download. Progress bar for downloaded images Dedicated folder for downloaded stock images with a tab for managing it (maybe the possibility to chose where that folder is) Download button with all the options that show up on the download page (for unsplash that'd be small, medium, large and original, with their respective sizes) Option to place the image (that'd actually download it to a folder first, so download function would apply here) Option to open the image (that'd actually download it to a folder first, so download function would apply here) I do believe that these features would give a better and real integration with the stock tab as it would actually be functional.
A post on Facebook prompted me to make this image. Tutorialmeister Carl Surry posted a link to this tutorial by Michael Wilson: Here's my effort: and the figure I started off in AP with a couple of stock images, the background by J C Gellidon from Unsplash and the figure by Radu Florin from Pexels. The 'portal' began as an ellipse; actually a circle which I deformed with the Perspective Tool to make it appear parallel to the shop fronts. The flare is a trapezium rotated onto its side. Some clipping, masking, gradients, transparency (in Designer) produced the lighting effect, and I added a pixel layer to paint a few highlights on the right-hand side. Here's the aphoto file: AlleyPortal-000bSMALL.afphoto
Hello, I have a problem on AD for iPad. My illustration of eps files that are exported from AD for iPad are always refused to upload to Shutterstock. The reject reason is because the file is less than 4MP. I found out that the eps file size is smaller than the original size. The original file size is always more than 4MP (for example 11000px X 4000px, 5000px X 5000px). However, the exported eps file size is 2052.8px X 647.4px, 1200px X 1200px... I do not find out the rule of the percentage to be shrunk so I do not expect what size I should set the original file. I would like to upload eps files to shutterstock because that is gradually more needed in the world. I attached screen shots. "IMG_0323" shows eps artboard size and "IMG_0324" shows original art board size. Please help me.