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  1. 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.
  2. 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
  3. 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.
  4. 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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