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  1. Good day, I need help. I already bought 60€ PaySafeCard, but I noticed I only can pay via PayPal and Creditcard. Is there any way to pay via paysafe? Please answer soon! ~Wolf
  2. Angelize

    Happy new year

    a happy new year card created in Affinity photo
  3. Hello. I must have a very accurate colors on my picrutres (tint of light in flashlights) and for that, today, I bought on ebay a "24 Patch Colors ColorChecker For Munsell Or Macbeth Classic White Balance Card" This card has 24 colors, and in the back of it there are RGB values of each color. But to be honest, I don't know how shoud I align colors from picture to RGB values from card.... Any thougs? Daniel
  4. Today's little exercise as I get familiar with working on screen: A spoof birthday card.
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