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  1. While color correcting using the info panel in Affinity photo, I always set up 3 point samplers at a time. They are placed on the colors that correspond to black, white and gray on the image. Although Affinity Photo allows multiple points to be placed at will, it's so hard to find the differences among each ones on the info panel. I think it would be much easier if each sampling position were just marked with a sequential number such as 1234. Please consider.
  2. I'm trying to get my arms around Blender 3D, which is what I used to create the sand dunes in the attached image. I am confused and completely overwhelmed by Blender, navigation, render passes, etc. The desert isn't overly convincing, but it's the best I could do with my newbie, rudimentary skills (or perhaps I should say, the lack thereof). I brought exported desert scene into Affinity Photo, where I did the rest of the work. Haha, anyway, I thought I'd post this and see if anyone has any sage advice on coming up to speed with Blender.
  3. Having the ability to apply a raster brush to a path would be such a welcome feature, even if the path is not editable after applying the brush effect. In many cases there are obscure shapes or angled lines that are difficult to draw freehand, and in those cases it would be great to be able to use the pen tool, but still retain the same texture and style of the raster brush you were using, as if you drew the stroke by hand. I know you can apply vector brushes in AD, but I mostly use the raster brushes in AP to sketch. Furthermore, the brushes in AD are stretched along the path, where in AP it would be great to rather have the ability to make it look like the stroke was drawn as if you were using the brush tool. I’ve recently been drawing out a lot architectural interiors for clients using a drawing tablet in Photo, and have really missed the ‘apply brush to path’ feature from Photoshop - would really speed things up and improve the end results! I’ve seen a few mentions of this online, but wasn’t sure if it was logged as a feature request yet, so here you go.
  4. 3-4 Years ago my Nephew and I decided it would be funny to create an animated series based on some weird cockroach drawings he did as a child that he called 'COCs'😅. We came up with some characters and story lines and the name C.O.C SQUAD (Combat Orientated Cockroaches). It's based on early 90s action movies and cartoons and went through quite a few different art styles and approaches until we found what worked. The movies Showdown In Little Tokyo and Hard Target were particularly influential. The characters were designed in Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo. There were then exported to various pieces of animation software. We recently launched a Kickstarter to try and get some funding to finish the first episode in a reasonable amount of time (It's half done). I would love to know what you guys think of it. More info available at https://www.cocsquad.com/
  5. I have 2 copies of a newspaper article, one day apart. Both copies are damaged (the originals were damaged then scanned). Each copy from separate dates were identical articles, but each has different bits of text illegible. I'd like to overlay day 2 copy over day 1 copy to see if I can get more info out of both images. Besides being faint, the copies are a bit out of square, so I have to make them un-wavy as well. I'm a newb with Photo. All I can figure is I need to make layers, and put each version into a separate layer, but after that??? Or is it like taking the two images and doing some sort of HDR transform?? I have no idea. Should I post both of the images, so you can see what I'm trying to do? Thanks!
  6. Windows 10 Pro x64 Affinity Photo 2.2.0 To be clear at the start, I am not asking for: Instructions on tools, or changes to tools. Instructions on hotkeys, or changes to hotkeys. Instructions on changing cursors, or any new cursors. Instructions on changing macros, or any new macros. Here is a very simple example of what I would like to see happen: Open an image file. Type CTRL-A. The entire image is now selected. (Yes, there are easier ways to see the dimensions of an entire image. But this is the simplest example I could think of.) What are the dimensions of what I have selected? I would like to see this information on my screen, preferably in the Info box. I would not like to have to click additional tools or keyboard combinations in order to see it. I would like it to be displayed in the Info box at all times (if something is selected, of course). Whether the selection has been made with a keyboard shortcut, or a lasso, or a magic wand, or a color-range-select -- none of that should matter. If a region(s) is selected, I would like to see the height and width of what is currently selected displayed in the Info box. I hope I am being clear, but if you have any questions about what I mean, do please ask me. Please be as specific as you can about what I have been unclear about. Thank you. P.S. See also:
  7. Hi, in this Affinity Photo V2 tutorial, I show how you can correct a failed white balance with correspondingly incorrect colors. Another main content is the brightening of shadows with two different methods. Other processing techniques are also shown. I wish you fun and inspiration. Ciao Jack
  8. Does this happen you when there is border area where images are when you move ,mouse border goes little darker and little monet goes back to normal? happens at least Affinity Photo and Publisher. i feel not in Designer.
  9. What am I missing? I drew the image below, copied the layer, then merged down tried different settings of pixel alignment, same blurry result (copied and merged the image ten times, to make the blurring obvious. In my workflow I frequently draw on new layers that are later merged down so I would like to find a way to have no blurring, I get lost in the layers when there are too many)
  10. Put these images together for my dad’s (on bass) old thrash band from the 80s/90s. A lost casette uploaded by the guitarist. I used old common photos from old skool NYHC flyers, enhanced them and added textures. full album here with the original casette sleve:
  11. Quick designs using enhanced and edited screenshots from the films Barfly (1987) and Hard Times (1975). I also used Chat GPT for the band name and album titles and track list/bandmembers/record label (not included). And threw them all into mockups. Savage Street Syndicate (S3) – Savage Resurgance (Screenshot from Hard Times) Savage Street Syndicate (S3) – Scars of Vengeance (Screenshot from Barfly) Savage Street Syndicate (S3) – Broken Bones & Bloodstains (Screenshot from Barfly)
  12. So, I've noticed in Affinity Photo 2 that when the color picker selects a color it will select a different hue, resulting in inconsistent coloring. I've got a video below, but basically, by sampling one color then sampling the sampled color I can get a rainbow. The project file is included if you want to check it out. Thanks! ColorPickerMalfunction.mp4 ColorPickerMalfunction.afphoto
  13. I have a bunch of images (let's say 3120x1440) and I need to crop a section within them. In some of them need to crop more than one "part" (let's say 480x680px) and save as individual file, and sometimes these "parts" are in different sizes (let's say 320x890, 240x60, etc.). I tried to use the Preset in the crop tool but what it does is create a crop-box in the correct shape and correct aspect-ratio but not the correct pixel size. Is there a way I can load a shape in the exact size I need so that I simply need to position it onto the current image rather than having to manually enter the pixel size all the time?
  14. Sometimes, I think an ordinary day that was nothing special is the happiest and most precious day. This photo manipulation artwork expressed that kind of feeling. "An Ordinary Day" speed art : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipP8g5NAl-Y
  15. there is no possiblity use swatches in gradients? and way when i change swatch also gradients change. Also gradient it seems cannot be global?
  16. I have many asset libraries and looking for an easy way to compare contents, is it possible to extract thumbnails from asset libraries?
  17. Attached is Revision A of my Tutorial on how I process and edit color negatives using Affinity Photo. My original tutorial generally resulted in good conversions, but sometimes the deep shadows took on a blue cast. That could be corrected during editing, but was not ideal. Rev. A corrects this problem entirely and results in better, more accurate conversions. The process in Rev A is different, but is simpler to implement. I do not own a dedicated slide scanner, negative conversion software or plug-ins. Instead of scanning, I used my DSLR, a 100mm macro lens and an LED backlight to photograph color negatives, which I brought into Affinity Photo in their original negative form. I shot RAW, but full sized TIFFs work equally well. The approach described in this tutorial works with any brand color negative film and preserves the color relationships in the original negative. No special negative film profiles are required. This method works well for me and I hope others find it useful. There are many ways to process color negatives and convert them to positives, but this works reliably for me and yields an image that is easy to edit. Best, Lou Dina Processing Color Negatives in Affinity Photo-Rev A.pdf
  18. I have lived in the city all my life, but sometimes I really want to escape from the city. But I can't do that yet so I just expressed it into a photo manipulation speed art. "Escape from the City" speed art : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXrpXbm5h4I
  19. Some reproductions of works of art with the associated vector files: it's up to you to make them your own and recolor them to your liking (according to the color of your living room)... The new duplication functions in AD 2.2.1 were very effective!... Quelques reproductions d'œuvres d'art avec les fichiers vectoriels associés : à vous de les approprier et de les recoloriser à votre convenance (selon la couleur de votre salon)... Les nouvelles fonction de duplication d'AD 2.2.1 ont été très efficaces !... Jacqueline Schafer Hipster Nr3 I Love you (2015).afdesign Jean Allemand Composition bleue Lot 79.afdesign Liberté Égalité Fraternité Obey Shepard Fairey.afdesign Victor Vasarely Cheyt-Ond (1986).afdesign Victor Vasarely Domo (1989).afdesign Victor Vasarely LIKE_01.afdesign Victor Vasarely LIKE_02.afdesign Victor Vasarely LIKE_03.afdesign Victor Vasarely USA-EG (1986).afdesign Victor Vasarely Vega-WA I (1968).afdesign Yvaral (Jean-Pierre) Progression Plychrome (1971) Wallpaper.afdesign Yvaral (Jean-Pierre) Progression Plychrome (1971).afdesign Yvaral (Jean-Pierre) Structure Cubique B (1973).afdesign Yvaral (Jean-Pierre) Structure Cubique B (1974) Wallpaper.afdesign Yvaral (Jean-Pierre) Structure Cubique B (1974).afdesign
  20. Hello, just here the pleasure of sharing graphic covers of 33LP vinyl covers of some of my favorite musicians in the form of high resolution wallpapers (5120 x 2800 px) saved in .PNG... I hope you will like it... 😉
  21. According to Affinity Photo 2 Help but once the pinned document has been opened, the pin gets removed, making pinning pretty useless. Affinity Photo v 2.10 (but I've seen this behaviour before) on Windows 10 Recent Pinned Docs.mp4
  22. ....Swirling sands, driven by gentle winds slowly clear to reveal a Metropolis. The research team stop to take a moment and absorb the magnificent sight ahead of them.
  23. Collage of a moon in a rose, created with Affinity Photo.
  24. This photo manipulation artwork is "Mars Rising". I saw a video of Mars Rising with the moon and it was very impressive. So I made an image by changing the order of the moon and Mars. "Mars Rising" speed art : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfo9R5yz-7E
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