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  1. Bought Affinity Photo last year, but took a long break from it because of the lack of a stabilizer at the time. Decided to go back to the program yesterday just to see if I could replicate my workflow from Photoshop, which I got decent results from. Still need to figure out some kinks in the system before I feel like my work in Affinity Photo is up to par with my Photoshop work. Might finish these two if I feel like it.
  2. Every couple of years or so I visit the Bedfordshire (UK) Steam Fair and take tons of photos. This time I kept it down to just over two hundred; amazing self-restraint! I concentrated on unusual angles, detailed close-ups, and the like. This is part of the works of a paraffin (kerosene) fuelled vintage tractor. I cranked up the saturation a little in the first image, and later I thought I'd try it in mono. For that, I desaturated it and put it through the HDR persona to increase the local contrast, as well as the overall contrast. (Sometimes I find a better B&W result can be got by turning down one or more of the colours in the Black and White adjustment, but I didn't need to in this instance.) And if you're wondering where this lot fits on a tractor, here's the whole thing ... (If you want to see the other 217 photos, let me know!)
  3. same day and time although from the otherside towards the sun behind the fog All done in Affinity for another get to know it exercise -- wishing I didn't straighten/level the truck now The yellow lines made a interesting test for various removal tools for several programs -- the first one I did with affinity work perfectly with the inpaint brush; however next time (this one) was not so good and the clone tool was required also . Third file shows the cleaned area . In the end I don't need to do as much but editing for me usually fiddle around until I'm impressed . The latest idea is to "add" another trailer to make it a proper road train second pic is the Oly raw file "dust" added with a texture brush Honest comments, suggestions, and questions welcome . You are also welcome to download and edit ; but it's still MY photo :).
  4. Just wanted to share with you something i've been doing with Affinity Designer recently. I'm in love with black and white these lightless winter days...
  5. This was an image taken on Fraishthorphe Beach on the east coast of England. Processed in Affinity Photo on the iPad I was able to create a hi-key finish thus isolating the riders from the otherwise fairly boring background. The hint of the beach still exists in the foreground from the ridges and shadows farmed by the sand. The final step was to de-saturate and adjust the contrast.
  6. Hello all, I drew this when I was 11 and rediscovered it while looking through my ancient portfolio. Long ago it was printed on the cover of this newsletter in black and white even though my original was in color marker. As practice with Affinity Photo, I chose to recolor my old illustration, but all I had was the printed copy on the left. The colorful original was never returned and I think you'll agree the black & white reproduction is muddy and lacks contrast. I scanned the reproduction and AP helped bring color back to my childhood drawing. My main goal—aside from returning color to a cherished memory—was to keep the integrity of the marker work. Under no circumstance did I want to clean up or improve what is otherwise a child's drawing. I'm happy to say Affinity Photo handled this personal project flawlessly. The file is over 300 layers, and each hue is isolated and colorized using Recolor Adjustments and further manipulated with Brightness/Contrast Adjustments, and of course Masks. Before recoloring, I painted out the gray fills to isolate & retain the strokes. Separate layers of the original B&W fills were then used for colorization. The Paint Brush tool and its options helped me get the job done. My old childhood drawing has color again, thank you Affinity Photo. For screen shots and descriptions of the process, including Affinity Designer to redraw the title, please visit Behance at https://www.behance.net/gallery/51578699/Kmart-Christmas
  7. On a foggy, predawn hike the other day I came across this tree. It seemed to call out for a photo.
  8. I watched a documentary on BBC tv a few weeks ago, where they attempted to recreate the opening night of the Beeb's television service in 1936. I've been interested in the mechanical (and electronic) technology since I was a kid in the 50s, and I have one or two contemporary encyclopaedia articles by J L Baird himself. Naturally, I thought I can do that with a computer ... So here is a frivolous try-out imitating the BBC's own style, as made in the 1930s by the legendary celebrated (and entirely fictitious) inventor, Prof. Kasper. You can see the finished video here: https://youtu.be/z6nLyJw3G30. It was made in Serif's VideoPlus -- of course!
  9. Shot on a Panasonic G7, 50mm samyang lens of the nephew done in Camden, London. Used the haze filter as it was a sunny day, did wonders to the pic... Must admit i'm a B&W addict.. Allan
  10. I usually edit in Lightroom, love the tools and ratings so its my default app. I spent some time using Affinity Photo to create this Noir look. Shot with a Panasonic G7 and my Samyang 50mm. Must admit, I'm addicted to a Black & White shot. ;) Can't wait for the D.A.M to be able to organise the shots. Allan
  11. Moody Sheep Island Fuji X-T1 Fuji non XF14mm Exposure 30 Sec Processed in Affinity Photo. This is a photo taken way back in May this year, and reworked into Mono in Affinity Photo. To my mind, this software is just as capable as PS, and more so than LR for post processing. Still working and exploring the features.
  12. Hey! This is my first upload here, I just wanted to share a grayscale illustration of the beautiful skater Leticia Bufoni. 100% made in Affinity Designer, awesome software! I hope you like it! :D
  13. Now that I've cracked the clunky uploader, here's a Fuji X-T1 raw file reworked in Affinity Photo. The image was made using the Fujinon XF14mm lens and an ND filter which slowed the world down. Any thoughts welcome.
  14. Thanks for jokes guys. Here is my second attempt at uploading at pic to this forum. This is a view from the little harbour in the hamlet of Ballintoy on the North Coast of Northern Ireland. The Harbour was used a set for the the Game of Thrones serious, accompanied by heavy use of CG. Here's hoping the pic will upload. Thoughts are of course welcome. Brian
  15. My girlfriend took a picture of me and I created a vector-based portrait from it. It looks simple but it wasn't for me. I'm still getting used to vectors.
  16. Recently I had a client for a portrait shoot. She is an actress and someone really talented and full of crazy ideas. The resulting images where very good and but I wanna do something different so I played a bit with Affinity Photo and this is the result.
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