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  1. I bought both Affinity PHOTO WORKBOOK and Affinity DESIGNER WORKBOOK. On the Affinity PHOTO WORKBOOK it does not match the visual shown for sale on your site. Specifically my copy has the Affinity Designer Logo on the book in Pink instead of the proper Affinity Photo Logo. However the display version you have on your site shows the proper Affinity Photo Logo in the advertisement for the sale. Did I get an older version then of what you are currently selling somehow? and why the use of the wrong logo on the face and spine of the book?
  2. Im unable to down load any of the sample pictures. I can download the first one affin.co/mamtor all ok bot the rest just come up with a 404 not found page. Any ideas please.
  3. Include ‘ from contextual toolbar. Select source instead of destinatiion and be sure to show grid is selected ‘ see Jsmes Ritson tutorial Panorama Disortion Correction Https:/Vimeo.com/170633074
  4. In the Affinity Photo Workbook, pg 122, I'm directed to apply a filter via the filter menu: Noise > Add Noise. I do, it's pretty, but my question is this: Is this a rare example of "destructive" editing, in that for me to change the noise factor I've added would involve going through a series of "undoing"? That is, there is no way for me to change the parms on the add noise, nor to eliminate it with a click, correct? This is apparently the nature of filters applied through the filter menu.
  5. Hi to all @ Serif, This isn't a complaint to yourselves (who are the bees knees), but I've just received my Affinity Photo Workbook, and it looks like it's been dropped on one corner of the book from a great height. They're such well made books, it's a shame to get a damaged one. I'm not very happy with Amazon/Royal Mail (can't be sure which of the two dropped my lovely new book). First world problems I know... but it's not a cheap book. I'd liked to have received it in mint condition.
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