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  1. What is this image border called and can it be done with AP? I don't mean the outer edge. I mean where the edge of the coloured image is jagged and fades unevenly into the background. Thanks
  2. Morning all In that other photo editing program I was able to add a graduated (terminology?) border to an image. ie started from white and gradually darkened to black as in the 1st image below. I can't seem to be able to do this in Affinity Photo. Is it actually possible? I've searched through a lot of posts on borders and watched countless videos to no avail. I can do a two step border as in the second image. I suppose that I could do more steps but that becomes quite labour intensive. Is the only real option to create a reusable template like film strips posted by v_kyr ? Thanks Nick
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