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  1. Hi all, my first post. We had a family event yesterday and took a few group pictures. One of the photos has great pictures of everyone, except for one person, who is grimacing. We have other photos where that person has a much better face, and I'd like to swap in that face into the first photo. There's a tutorial about how to do this in Photoshop, but I wanted to know if there is an Affinity Photo-specific tutorial. Thanks in advance! JustKen
  2. I am looking for an easy way to blur some little parts in a photo. My classic car photos have sometime people in the background. To garble the faces I want to blur these. Is there an easy way to do it?
  3. I came across a tutorial for reducing 5 o'clock shadow or stubble from a photo. Can anyone help me accomplish the same thing in Affinity Photo? In particular, there's a step in this Adobe Photoshop tutorial (link below) where a "pattern" is created, and then the Healing Brush makes use of this pattern to effectively reduce the stubble. I'm not sure there is such a feature in Affinity Photo for creating a pattern that would be usable by the Healing tools. Or..... as often seems to happen inside Affinity Photo, maybe there's a better way than the Adobe approach. Thanks for any good input anyone can provide. *** Photoshop tutorial: Reducing 5 O’Clock Shadow And Beard Stubble In Photoshop ***
  4. PasoPasi

    drawings

  5. I think it will be great if you could create a new persona, skin and face. You could implement features that could be see in some apps for iPhone, like Facetune 2, relook and others. I know that lots of features that are in this apps are in affinity photo, but not in one place and not only specified create for Face and skin... Sorry for my English. I hope you could understand what I mean.
  6. deekaybe

    Two Faces

    I did the same a few months back in PhotoPlus and decided to redo it this time with AP: Face by Dominique Krem, on Flickr
  7. mparis5551@gmail.com

    Face Swap

    New to this program and loving it but would like to know a simple method to swap faces in a photo. Simple and best approaches and excited to know more concerning this great program!
  8. Hello everyone, I have a question about swapping faces in a picture. How do I make it look the swapped face like it was on the original picture. I mean the same colour, tone, texture et cetera. There is a tutorial for Photoshop that does exactly what I mean but I don' t know how to translate that to Affinity. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7bDCFlSeGg Thanks in advance!
  9. In this tutorial we look at a family portrait and how to swap out the face of one of the kids who doesn't look to happy. Enjoy... How to swap out a face Allan
  10. Sunset

    Face Time :)

    This is so addictive. A program where you can actually learn as you work. Intuitive. Just playing around with pencil and brushes, discovering things as I go. This face is all vector work. And no problems with the Finder, either; the update and restart have made a noticeable difference, so perhaps my Yosemite glitches are now fixed :) face 1.afdesign
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