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  1. Hi I have made 12 new Affinity Photo Tips in german I hope you enjoy it. I am planning to make more.
  2. Kasper-V

    Christmas video

    Every year i make up a little 'Happy New Year' video, using the two bored-to-death putti (the posh name for cherubs in paintings) from Raphael's Sistine Madonna. This year I decided to be mean and not send any Christmas cards; instead I've made a video, which I shall post on social media a bit nearer the day. I used AP to extract the eyes and mouths (yuck -- that sounds awful!) from the original image. With a combination of pixel painting and mesh warping, I made half-closed and closed eyelids, and various mouth shapes for the dialogue. I used AD to make a couple of end caption texts. Then I recorded the different bits of dialogue (on my smart phone, then copied to my laptop), which I edited with Audacity to make female and child voices. Some time ago, I bought an animation package called Anime Studio -- it was one of the 'other' third-party products that Serif market from time to time. It's mind-numbingly tedious and utterly non-intuitive to use, but it's the best means of animating mouths (and eye-blinks) and syncing them to sound. All the bits and pieces came together for the final 'cut' in Serif's MoviePlus X6, which is great for this kind of thing -- quite the opposite of the animation job. Anyway, here's the finished product: https://youtu.be/hwQvSqbr-iA. Merry Christmas!
  3. First of all: Affinity Photo is such a great piece of software. I really have learned to love it in a short time. So, I think I will stick to it from now on for two reasons: first is my photography hobby and my second is my illustration hobby / work. I can do same things in Affinity Photo as I have done in Photoshop and I like every part of it. I must say! One other thing that I discovered yesterday was the truly excellent presentation of Affinity Photo and all the funktionalitets in the software on Vimeo. I mean, those videos are top quality pedagogic presentations of complex issues made easy (at least for me). The simple, clear, great voice over presentations in short or long enough videos are so easy to follow and I hear and understand every bit of it. I have great experience of the male voice over, it is really top quality in every respect; speed, phrasing, prononciation, pausing... I love it. I have been teaching for 40 years and I have very critical eyes and ears on visual presentations. But your presentations are GOOD! Thank You!
  4. Video Import Considering that we now live in a multimedia era in which most cameras are also capable of shooting video clips, I would like to see support to import such video clips and perform at least very basic operations (i.e., trim, copy & trim, set poster frame, etc.) Then, on export to export to a frame size, format desired (i.e., 4K -> 1080p or 720p, etc.) Such capability is already inherent in Adobe's Lightroom, Apple's basic photos app even. In consideration that most cameras, especially and obviously smart phones) are capable of shooting video clips, and the added fact we now live in a multimedia era of audio and video in addition to just images, it is important to be able to have at lest such basic function to recognize ALL multimedia in a camera and not just a part of it. For full blown video production, of course would use an NLE video post production editor. Media Browser & Catalog Again as examples, both Lightroom and Photos allows one to browse the media of a source (to include BOTH photos and video (above) for browsing and edits. I understand Affinity has a very basic functional capability for this under the photos menu, but it's just not the same. It is minimally functional and useful. I know this falls under the DAM category, but still, a basic integration of a catalog or library would be nice to have versus opening a single photo or a group of photos from the source each time to conduct an edit. Having a set of scrollable thumbnails to pick and choose on-the-fly will be convenient, useful, and productive. I dropped Lightroom because of their subscription model event though they have a very useful and functional browser for said purpose. For the interim I am using Apple's Photos which also has this same function. However, Apple's Photos apps is limited in the editting capabilities and convenience. So, for now I am sort of in limbo. Adobe has the free bridge program, but then I am using a separate application for this function rather then having an integrated solution. Thanks.
  5. bodobe

    Book Trailer (Video)

    I’ve created a thriller (book) trailer, using aphoto and imovie. Thank you for watching :) Text means something like: Opfer - Victim Messer - Knife Deep in the forest the horror lurks and will not let you go ... at night it comes to life and calls for tribute … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3cGMNDKbVo
  6. Hi, Just in case you didn't pick it up from Vimeo comments, the audio is out of sync in your assets tutorial at https://vimeo.com/182383667 - the video lags. Not sure why, but if you don't want to redo it I reckon you're going to have to cut a few frames here and there :). Cheers!
  7. Hey guys, I just wanted to let you all know that I started a YouTube channel that is dedicated to making Affinity Photo tutorials. I have 9 videos posted now, but will definitely be making more. I really love Affinity Photo, and although I'm not a master, I wanted to share the things that I have learned! :) Dispersion Effect Turn any Photo into a Pencil Drawing Giving Photos an Old Look Put a Lake in a Light Bulb Double Exposure Effect Remove Unwanted Objects/People from the Background Set the Earth on Fire Remove/Change the background How to change colors in a photo Let me know what you think of them! And let me know any suggestions you have for future tutorials. Thanks! Ezra
  8. bodobe

    Book cover design / clip

    A small clip (video) about the development of a book cover design. Of course, all works were made with Affinity Photo / Designer. Best greetings to Nottingham :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLoYqZOZ3bw
  9. I need help locating a tutorial. I watched a tutorial years ago by someone that I think once worked for Film4. The tutorial demonstrated making a vector mask in Affinity Designer, importing it into Apple Motion for some masked animation (videos in the background of text), then did scoring in Final Cut Pro. I can't find the tutorial, but it was supposed to demonstrate something like the Google Play Your Heart Out advertisements: https://youtu.be/lQIFVT80fbo?list=PLGc5GJ9a7RPXDjs8u1S5Vur_43ef4bwEj It might not have been Film4, but I remember the tutorial used scenes from Monster,Inc. and I think Spiderman. It was simple, yet clean and professional. The scoring went to I think Hudson Mohawks, Chimes; which Apple used for its Stickers commercial. The reason I'm bringing it up here is because I'm pretty sure I clicked on a link in this forum (again, years ago) when I discovered it, and I'm hoping someone also remembers it and can help me out. Here's to hoping...
  10. As a complete newbie to Affinity Photo (and with no PS experience) I would like to know if anyone can point me to a decent vimeo/youtube/whatever video tutorial on how to prepare a photo with CMYK output for silkscreening (with frequency&angles for each channel, +anything on adding single spot colors to a screenprint. There are a few on youtube for Photoshop but I have not been able to find anything comparable for Affinity Photo. Thanks for any help.
  11. Hi there, just wanted to know if a affinity video software is planned? (comparable to adobe premiere)? Thanks Axel
  12. Hey all! I'm trying to get off of Adobe. One of the big things left that I use it for is importing videos of prototypes, putting them in phone/computer skins, and then exporting the new videos for clients/my portfolio. Can you do this in either of the Affinity products? If so, which ones? Thanks!
  13. eebee

    Holographic Planet

    A friend of mine is making a no-budget Star Wars fan film. He likes to make models of ships and sets but of course there were a few things that required some digital effects. One thing he needed (and he needed it in a hurry!) was an animated "hologram" of the planet Coruscant (a planet completely coved by a giant city). I used Affinity Photo making heavy use of the Pixel Tool and the Mirror Distort (I wish I'd kept better track of the steps, but it was late and I was working fast!). I made three or four different small patterns like the two shown on the left. Then I copy pasted the patterns several times changing their scale and distributing them around the canvas. Next I used the eraser to remove small and large sections of the patterns to make them look different. More layers and shifted copies. Then a layer of just straight lines connecting "hubs". Finaly the pattern was colour adjusted to be bright red (I didn't want to stare a bright red the entire time I was working on it). The pattern was UV mapped onto a sphere in Blender and then animated with a slow 360 degree revolution on a tilted axis. The animation was later composed over the live action shot of Princess Leia, who was filmed with a red light shining on her.
  14. Hello Everyone, I am new to graphics on computers and am looking at getting your program to create graphic artwork for use in my video work in FCPX. I will mostly be building titles in Motion, and publishing them to FCPX. I have a couple of beginner questions, if I may ask them: 1) If I want to be able to animate individual layers in Motion, which format should I export the final project in: PSD, SVG,...? 2) Are there any tips or suggestion for doing this kind of project? Any suggestions and/or guidance is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  15. Does Affinity offer a way to extract a good still frame from a video (*.mov), similar to Photoshop's CC 'Import Video to Layers' or 'Render Video'?
  16. Hallo, n diesem Affinity Photo Tutorial zeige ich wie man den den „Color Splash Effekt“ einmal etwas anders anwendet. Er wird in eine Composition mit echten Farbklecksen eingebettet. Ich bin ja kein Maler und verstehe es als Anregung für möglicherweise ganz andere Projekte mit ähnlichem Vorgehen. Viel Spaß dabei. Ihr könnt ja Eure Ergebnisse hier posten. In this Affinity Photo Tutorial, I show you how to create a different „Color Splash Effect. It is a composition with real embedded color splatters. I'm not a paint artist and my intention is to inspire for other, different projects following this procedure. Have fun and post me your results. Ciao Thomas Jack Pinsel/brush: - „brushsplattersLSD / ink splatter streaks“ von „20_stars“ von www.brusheezy.com - DAUB Tusche / DAUB Ink Link: YouTube Tutorial
  17. I wanted to try giving a recent photo a vintage look. I had watched a photoshop tutorial at phlearn.com: phlearn.com/create-vintage-photo-photoshop (you can download the distressed papers from that tutorial). I wanted to try to do something similar with Affinity photo. I thought I would share my process for others: A quick note: —I should have mentioned that all my adjustments are below the gradient map so that the map colors all the adjustments (border, spots & textures, etc). —at about 5:50 in the video I select an irregular brush: you find those irregular brushes by choosing the "Texture" option from the drop-down menu in the brushes palette. Thanks for watching.
  18. Hi, in diesem Affinity Photo Tutorial zeige ich wie man den Pop Art Effekt erstellt. Er wurde in den 60ern von Andy Warhol erfunden und damals analog durch Entwicklung und Druckprozessen erstellt. Es gab ja kein Photoshop. Heute zeige ich wie man es mit der Software machen kann. Es gibt viele Gestaltungsvarianten, ganz nach Geschmack. Viel Spaß Euer Jack In this Affinity Photo Tutorial, I show you how to create the Pop Art Effect. It was an invention of Andy Warhol who created this with analog techniques like development and print processing, because there was no Photoshop. Today I show how to create this effect with software. There are many variations, like you want. Have fun Jack benutzte Farben/used colors: Hintergrund/background: blau/blue, #00bae3 Haut/skin: rosa/rose, #fbd5cc Lippen & Schleife/lips & hairband: rot/red, #d80e0e Augen & Schminke/eyes & makeup: blau/blue, #4566f3 Haare/hair: gelb/yellow, #ffff4d YouTube-Video https://youtu.be/wF2O1Z1Rpf4
  19. Hallo, In diesem Affinity Photo Tutorial zeige ich wie man den Disintegrations Effekt (= Zerfall) erstellt. Er wird auch Splatter (= Spritzen), Sand, Sandsturm, Pixel oder Dispersion (= zerstreuen, ausbreiten) genannt. Die Methode ist dabei immer gleich. Nur die Art der Auflösung ändert sich. In this Affinity Photo Tutorial, I show you how to create the Disintegration Effect. Also known as Splatter, Sand, Sandstorm, Pixel, Pixelate or Dispersion Effect. The method is the same. Only the kind of dispersion is different. Viel Spaß Jack Pinseleinstellungen (Brush Settings): Dies ist ein original Pinsel aus der Software. (Original brush from the software) Gruppe: Gemälde Group: Painting Art: der erste Kind: the first Größe: 170 px width: 170 px Härte: 100 % Hardness: 100 % x-Versatz: 50 % zufällig x-changing: 50 % random y-Versatz: 50 % zufällig y-changing: 50 % random Rotation: 50 % zufällig (random) Fluss: 100 % zufällig Flow: 100 % random https://youtu.be/RH_PWH4pV20 https://youtu.be/RH_PWH4pV20
  20. Hallo, In diesem Affinity Photo Tutorial zeige ich wie man Lichtstrahlen und Schatten erstellt. Man kann das mit einfachen Schritten in jedem Bild machen. Mit dem Zeichenstift, ein paar Ebenen und Filtern. Viel Spaß, ich bin auf Eure Projekte gespannt. In this Affinity Photo Tutorial, I show you how to create a light beams and shadows. You can create this in a few simple steps in every photo. With the pen tool, some layers an filters. Have fun, I'm curious to see your projects. Ciao Jack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDeTPbc4F8U
  21. Please add the feature to import a VIDEO file to get single frames of that video as images on separate layers. = „Video Frames to Layers“ in Photoshop: „Video Frames to Layers“ File-> Import -> „Video Frames to Layers“ The Option „Limit to every _ n_ Frames“ is essential to have in this feature. This feature maybe was not sooo important for a long time, but now it has become a very interesting feature, esp. for web designers, as one can „fake“ a video-scroll effect with such an image sequence, without having the disadvantages of video on (mobile) websites. I hope, you get what I’m trying to describe here? ;) It would be very, very helpful just to KNOW, if you are planning to implement this feature. Thank you very much in advance! And thank you SO much for all the great work you do! I wish you best of luck with just everything!!! :) P.S.: http://www.muse-themes.com/products/frame-scrubber Here you can find a video (next to „Widget Highlights“) that will explain, why this feature would be so extremely nice to have… :)
  22. Hi I've found that for me the mesh warp tool in many cases works better for straightening than the other options. Maybe include it if you ever update Two advantages:- you can drag your picture outside the canvas, so you won't have to crop the empty edges afterwards - you don't "break" the lines in buildings, for example here http://www.panoramio.com/photo/121475550
  23. Hallo, ich habe ein neues Tutorial zu Affinity Photo auf YouTube hochgeladen. Mit Binärcodes erstelle ich ein Cyber Thema. Dazu benutze ich ein "Selfie" :huh: Achherrje.... Egal. Also viel Spaß beim Ansehen. Eure Projekte und Fragen dazu könnt Ihr mir gerne posten. Euer CTU Jack Bauer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvwG-eTPBLo
  24. The tutorials for Affinity Photo are excellent. I would love to see a video tutorial on displacement mapping using AP. From everything I've seen on other techniques and methods, AP consistently seems to do things easier and faster (fewer steps) than the PS methods. I hope the AP staff will make a video.
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