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  1. Hi guys, I wish all of the Affinity Team a happy new year and successful 2021! Please consider to take care of this suggestions: Add am indicator if "Bend Options" are used on a specific layer or not Add the possibility to feather/blur masks non destructively Let us hide the marching ants of a selection without unselecting the selection Link to explain video Thanks for any reply 😘
  2. Transparent glass in minutes. Digitally Fearless Affinity Photo beginner video tutorial on how easy it is to use blend options (blend-if) to make transparent glass. This tutorial also uses curves and liquify. https://youtu.be/PI4pz5RqrWQ
  3. When you make adjustments in the blend options of a layer it is sometimes difficult to assess the resulting effect. So it would really come in handy to have a possibility to switch blend options on and off in order to see the before and after. Besides this every layer with adjusted blend options should have a cog icon showing next to the layer name. For layer effects it is already there.
  4. When you add layer effects to layer they are indicated in the layer panel with an "fx" icon next to the layer. However if you modify the blend ranges for a layer they are not indicated in any way, and the presence of the blend range setting is only visible if you know to open the blend options cog icon. With many layers this can become confusing. Please add a cog icon next to the layer in a similar fashion as the fx icon when the blend range options are not on the default setting to indicate their presence.
  5. A simple Question like the Title says. For what do i need the Coverage Maps in the Blend Options Panel? Is there a Tutorial available which can show it in practice or an explaination how and where to use it? Thanks Uwe
  6. I just watched this video comparing Affinity Photo, Photoshop and Photo RAW's advanced blending capabilities. PS has Blend IF, PR uses a combination of features and our dear AP, of course, has Blend Options. Although the author declared that no one approach is better than the other, I disagree; it's clear that you can do much more with Blend Options than you can with Blend If. I've watched several tutorials using Blend Options, but none of them touch the curve in the right panel. That's the only panel used in this tutorial, and what you can do with it is pretty cool. I've attached a
  7. Blend options are Broken in CMYK Modus: Bug: I try to remove a one color layer with "Blend option" but instead of removing one color its remove Multiple colors! (BGKru33tJI.gif) If i set "Source Layer Range" only to 0% (blendOptions.jpg) it don't remove the full channel color, still have black in my image. Future Request: What i would expect that in the background of "Blend options" should be a histogram for better fine-tuning. (blendOptionsRequest.jpg) Here some examples
  8. This post relates to this discussion in regards to anti-aliasing: Here is why the "workaround" for anti-aliasing removal in exports as shown here does not work for me (or at least I do not know how to make it work...). I use AD for designing t-shirts which I upload in a PNG24 format to several websites. Most print on demand providers don't want any transparency in the uploaded files. Although the workaround via the "Coverage Map" in the "Blend Options" works on simple shapes, it does not seem to work as soon as masking or clipping come into play. I have created 4 don
  9. I would love the ability to preview in black and white (as masks) the range that is selected using the blend options, then I can load it to a selection and use it to manually blend images. This will be also useful if you make minor adjustments and would like to see in more detail the areas affected by that adjustment. I would also like to see this extended to the select menu, so we can make range selections using curves. If this feature will be implemented luminosity masks macros will be a thing of the past.
  10. Hello, if I use blend options for a group that contains a perspective filter and change the underlying composition ranges, the resulting mask will be skewed according to the perspective filter. That is definitely not the behavior I expected, since for me it makes little sense to move a mask based on underlying composition ranges away from the underlying layers. Is this a bug? If it isn't how do I mask the screen shot inside the graphic of the iMac so that it will have perspective applied to it but not the mask based on blend options? attached is
  11. In Blend Options for an image in RGB, I can only choose Master, Red, Green and Blue to control blending. However in Curves I can work with LAB channels even if the main colorspace is not LAB. It would be very good to be able to choose LAB channels in Blend Options the same way. Color channels of LAB are fantastic to isolate an effect or adjustment to certain objects / areas of the image in a dynamic non-destructive way that masks can't reproduce.
  12. Well not sure if this is Feature Request or Feedback but i'll put it here. I went a head and bought Affinity Photo and this is a list of things that annoys me after a couple of days usage, on windows btw. Curves: - Can not undo curve edits, except when in picker mode then you undo way to much with a single ctrl-z ..please find a middle ground for both, this is just silly. - Slightest miss click creates a new curve point, needs to be more forgiving (same thing goees for when in "picker" mode, it's impossible to work with). - Only the center grid is overlayed on top of the histogram, makes
  13. There have been a couple of threads recently relating to luminosity masks and the limited flexibility available in AP. In one of those threads csp proposed blending options as a better way to do this which set me thinking about how that could work. I have produced a quick, simple video that explains a way to generate a very flexible luminosity mask using blend options. I hope some of you may find it useful. Thanks to csp for the original idea. http://youtu.be/2NfimjzLdbA
  14. Do the devs know the equivalent formula of AD/AP blend options versus PS Blend options with their sliders? I want to believe there is an equivalent solution to make them match just not sure how to do it YET.
  15. It would be really useful to add/enable the little Blend Options cog gear in each of the Layer Effects. For example, being able to dial-in what area of a glow or drop shadow maps to layers below would enable more realistic effects without resorting to separate layers in the layers stack... thanks for your consideration
  16. Applying Gaussian Blur to a layer (Ellipse in my test) will cause it to be composited uniformly everywhere, even though the "Underlying Composition Ranges" curve was modified. When deactivating the blur, the curve will have an effect, enabling it ignores the curve.
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