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  1. Here is the set of gradients "WEB 2.0 v.3" converted from the free .grd Photoshop file. I downloaded the PS gradient file from this site and converted it into .afpalette. It's a pity that creating .afpalette files from .grd files is so time-consuming, I hope that in the upcoming versions of Affinity programs, the ability to import the .grd file will be added, just like it is with files .abr WEB 2.0 v.3 gradients.afpalette
  2. Left picture - before retouching, right - after 17 minutes of work. Most of the time it took to remove the tent behind the monument. The time I spent with this work was much shorter than using Photoshop for similar effects. It looks like the tools in Affinity Photo are more polished. I only used inpainting brush and selection brush, I used a graphic tablet to control the pressure of the pen. Thanks Affinity! I'm giving up on the end of my Adobe subscription in February
  3. Hello everyone ! I have recently started to do some glitch art , and for this i tend to use displacement maps quite often since they blend textures and colors well . However I noticed that when exporting the results differ quite a bit , in this case the displacement effect seems to be "milder" in the export than in the actual work : While working : After exporting :
  4. The quality of image became worse after merging 2 layers. (attached video) Is that a weakness point of the Affinity Photo on MacOS ? or due to my mistake? merge_layer_blur.mov
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