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  1. Not too long ago, in a land not very far away, I came across the concept of focus merges to dramatically increase depth-of-field of photos, especially macro ones. This was one of the reasons I bought Affinity Photo, as having learned the technique I had a requirement for affordable software the could do a good job of a focus merge. The focus merges I have done thus far have typically been hand-held and of fairly large 'macro' subjects such as mushrooms and flowers. Generally, these consist of 10-30 shots that Affinity Photo churns through and merges in very short order. Due to the hand-holding
  2. Hi guys, Illustration from a summer screenprint serie. Half Affinity Designer, half Photo. The capture was made afterward, rolling the saved history backward (neat function!). Best, P. > Video Making-of Final
  3. Dear all, as seen in the Beetle Builder Example, I am wondering how I can move a Background to the combined three Artboards, (The Leaflet's Artboards, Panel, Back and Front). Or do I have to cut some background in three equal parts and move them separately? :)
  4. So I worked on this orchid tonight for about 3 hours and I am extremely happy with how it turned out! :-) I might put some bitmap texture in the light area of the background, but I'm sitting on that for now until I am sure. As for my other image, that was last night's practice with Affinity and I am not as sure about it. I love the shape of the beetle, but I'm not sure about the portrait on its back anymore. I am relatively happy with the background, but again, I'm still thinking about that one! So, if you have comments or suggestions please let me know.
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