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Hello Everyone! I recently purchased both the Photo and Designer of Affinity. I am a young entrepreneur with various online ventures. I am not sure if I should invest 50-100 hours in both Photo and Designer or I should just hire a freelancer from sites like Fiverr or Freelancer etc.... I am a quick learner and I am able to make time for this on the side and just work extra. I know basic Photoshop (used Gimp before), I don't have a tablet with pen for drawing, I love to learn new things and am inspried by art/graphic design/marketing. I was also thinking of maybe buying moc icons and other designs from online sites and use those as starting points. If I spend 150 hours in total, watching the videos on their Vimeo and such, do you guys think I will be good enough for decent edits and maybe even illustrations like our basic but creative and nice logos? Or do you guys think the fact that the freelancers may be cheaper, more creative with their expertise and saving my time for more important business stuff would be more valuable? I appreciate your feedback!
Similar to this thread: https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/29370-australian-discount-not-20-off-rrp-any-reason-why/?hl=pricing I went to buy Designer at the last minute of the discounted offer, but the price indicated (in Australian dollars) was much higher than it should have been. I assumed that I missed the sale price and so there was no reason to rush a purchase. After considering it a few more days I decided to take the plunge anyway, and ... Guys, what the hell? It's even more expensive now!? $79 AUD is $13 more than a direct dollar conversion. I thought I missed out on the discount, but this is just gouging Australian customers. I can't change the region to buy it somewhere else, and look, seriously, I'm very unhappy. I'm upset because this price gouging rubbish made me miss the discounted offer, I missed out on the extra content, and I'm upset because this wasn't made more clear, and that there's this gouging going on at all. I want to give you my money. Is there anything we can do?
I need to work across Mac and PC and am really looking forward to a full suite of Affinity products that I can use across multiple platforms. Has Serif worked out a licencing for people like me who need to move files from one platform to the other and still work on them?