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  1. more animotos.....
  2. Trying out some extension tubes for my Canon camera about a week ago when this fella showed up. Now, male carpenter bees are not able to sting, even though they will make aggressive passes at you. Think it came out okay for an overcast day.
  3. I shot this using my Celestron 25x100 astrobinoculars using the Celestron NeXYZ smartphone mount and my iPhone 12 Pro 2x telephoto lens. Shot with Procam app. Processed on Affinity Photo latest beta. Showing both original and processed shots. The sky was also made from scratch - the stars were added for effect, shot handheld with iPhone 12 Pro (no astrobinoculars) and Nightmode which is quite impressive.
  4. Just a silly experiment which I was playing around with after half-remembering something I saw on a TV show. Nothing special, just thought some people might like to see it, and maybe it will motivate someone into making something better. (All the Live Filters I used on this really hammered my machine – poor little thing.) Note: In case anyone is interested, the globe was originally monochrome and the background was a full-colour photo, the rest was created in either Photo or Designer.
  5. Hello Forum, I am posting this because I searched on "Microscopy" "Entomology" and "Focus Stacking" and saw few if any results, I may be in a minority?...... Having spent many years perfecting Microscopy with Entomology and recently converting from a well know rival, I was impressed with the power of Focus stacking within Photo. These two images were taken with modest equipment and a Canon 50d digital SLR dating from 2008 and a Brunel MX1 Stereo Microscope with 1x Objective, 10x Oculars, Giving resolution power of 10x, plus magnification of the camera. Whilst I have DSLR's with much higher pixel resolution, it is often not required and extends processing time, the 15 mp sensor These two images comprise multiple shots (35 & 24) focus stacked within Affinity Photo. I won't bore you with the technical details, but if you want them you can message (I am happy to share) Affinity has saved me exporting my images to a third party software which has enhanced speed of operation and ease of use, one thing to note is that the Affinity software is not too picky on the order of focus slices presented, which is a major benefit to other rivals. Of course this technique could be useful to many area's of photography including, jewellery for record purposes, medical, veterinarian, instruction manuals and service documents where close up work results in very narrow depth of field. Enjoy your photography and enjoy using Photo. Regards Graham.
  6. Composing about THE topic of this time - pandemic Using some material from unsplash.com
  7. one of my project fist time using Affinity😍
  8. 20th of Februar 1962 John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth in Friendship 7, for a total of three orbits... Two years after I was launched, now I feel old. 2D vector art in Affinity Designer with a heavy duty perlin noise background in Affinity Photo.
  9. Panorama made with Affinity Photo und nik filter
  10. Second full issue of Skin Art done COMPLETELY with Affinity Publisher, Affinity Photo, and Affinity Designer. This issue went smoother than the last and part of that is due to converting my library of Postscript fonts to Open Type (I posted earlier this year about problems with fonts in Photo and Designer and a bit in Publisher ( https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/125130-strange-text-box-problem/&tab=comments#comment-688016 ). Happy to say that the proofing process with the printer went even quicker with a lot less technical issues. For those that are interested, it's available for order online and will be available in-stores on November 10th. Thanks again to Serif for giving me an excellent and professional alternative to adobe. Never going back.
  11. I was playing around with the Liquify Persona in Photo, trying to figure out what does what, and came up with a quite pleasant result (for an amateur anyway). Original photo on the left, my version on the right. Moving on from an earlier experiment (to de-freckle a photo) I tried a few things: * Opened/enlarged her eyes a bit and did a little recolouring; * Changed the shape of her nose slightly (thinner and upturned); * Change the shape of her jawline slightly (a bit more rounded); * Opened her mouth a bit more. Are there any places where I have done something wrong, or could have done it better? (I think I’ve gone too far with the eyes.) Does anyone have any tips for this sort of thing?
  12. Actually, they are a variety of "Spider Lilies", but the locals here in southeast Arkansas refer to them as "Naked Ladies". They show up in early to mid September and last to early / mid October
  13. I wrote a little article about my book cover design on my news blog. All book covers shown were created with Affinity Photo. For me, AFPHOTO and AFDESIGN are truly brilliant tools that I don't want to be without anymore. Thanks, Serif 💗 https://www.bodobe.de/dein-buchcover-design/
  14. Red Bull not only have a pristine P38, they have, among other fantastic aircraft, a very shineeee Vought F4U Corsair. Somehow I just love the Corsair. Can you imagine in the board room of Voght....: "Hi guys, I have this big-assed engine on mah truck.... make it fly!" "Ok boss, what kind of armament do you require?" "Yes!" Done in Designer and finished up in Photo, the clouds are a mix of cloudbrushes and perlin noise, all hail the perlin noise.
  15. Journey to the edge of space. Considering it was a design by Walter Dornberger in the 40ties the X15 holds the speed record of Mach 6.1, a record that still stands today. Aircraft done in Affinity Designer and background with Affinity Photo and lots of gradients and blends, texture brushes, cloud brushes and lots of sweet, sweet perlin noise
  16. Time for something spacey again, I call this: "The launch" a young civilization setting out into the unknown for the first time.
  17. I've been using the Affinity programs for a while now and have just posted my collection to my website, below is a few of the things I have created Check out my website for more: https://craighogben.co.uk/made-in-affinity/ will keep adding more!
  18. Got pretty bored last night after finishing Netflix, so I got a glass of red, put some Juno Reactor on the youtube and challenged myself to make a picture using only perlin noise. Feeling a bit spacey so the topic could only be a spaceship crashing into a planet. ...Crash and burn, sounds like my relationships.
  19. Made with Affinity Photo
  20. Naked Meat / Nacktes Fleisch (created with Affinity Photo) https://www.bodobe.de/naked-meat/
  21. Redbull´s magnificent Lockheed P38 Lightning was at the Hahnweide airshow, way back in happier pre-corvid times. I took a picture with the intention to draw her at some point, however during the research I found that Redbull´s website had professional pictures, much better than those out of my crappy cellphone camera. Free to download, so I used one of theirs.
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