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  1. I’m having trouble understanding how to cut out images in affinity photo on here and place them with other images. Please explain?
  2. Hi all, thought I would share a quick tutorial I have done - showing how to cut out a image selection using the brush tool in Affinity Photo. Apologies if this post is in the wrong area. Regards, Grant
  3. Hi, I watched the Cutting Out tutorial video and was able to cut out the individual that I want, but even after applying the "Refine" to my selection, a residual background that looks like hair remains. What did I do wrong and how do I fix it?
  4. Hi, Could you please help me with my task? I would like to cut out the object from the background. Let's say I have a vector icon of flower and I want to cut it out of the background. So the result I want is a cut out space in the shape of a flower in the background. I hope I wrote it understandable. I expect that it will be very simple but I really can't figure out how to do it :huh:
  5. I have been trying to cut the center line of the letter 'A' out for weeks now. Any idea on how to simply remove it so it is no longer there? Otherwise Im just going type V on another layer and then flip it.....
  6. Dear Affinity Developers, I was wondering... Could isolating and extracting subjects / objects become easier if there was an option to go directly to the Black & White Alpha Channel, select all the black areas, delete it, thus leaving the white to create the perfect cut out no matter how complex? It was just a thought... Best wishes & good intentions :)
  7. Please could I ask a question I am using the picture attached to cut out one of the people in this image I have used the selection Brush tool but as you can see I have refined the image and you can see part of the fence where the brush went away from the person I can't seem to move it back so the fence is not shown just the person to be removed looking forward to any help with this many Thanks I have attached original image and the one I screen copied to show how far I managed to get David
  8. Hi, How is it possible to cut a square selection of an image and move it inside the image? I would like to cut a chunck of an image and translate it in another position, within the same image I tried in many ways but without success. That operation is so easy in other apps but in affinity seems impossible. For example If I use the square selection and cut it, all the image is cut out. I cannot understand. Thank you in advance! Pietropaolo
  9. I'm new to Affinity and I'm hoping y'all can help me with this. I've traced a sketch in AD which includes a lot of lettering. I'm running into a problem with letters that have empty spaces inside them (like R, A, O, etc. - letters that have an empty space entirely surrounded by the letter form). I've created these letters with the pen tool by drawing the outside of the letter, then drawing the outline of the inner empty space, but this seems to create one shape on top of another, so that when I go to fill in the letter shape, I can't get the space in the middle to be completely empty, revealing the background behind the letter. I can only "empty out" one layer, as it were - I can make that inner space empty to reveal the fill color of the letter itself, which obviously isn't what I want. I guess what I'm looking for is a way to draw a shape and fill it in with a color, and then cut out part of that shape to reveal the background color behind it. Seems like there has to be an obvious way to do this that I'm missing, but I've been stuck on this for almost a day now. Thanks!
  10. Hi, I know you're trying to keep this limited to Affinity Photo but it's the one feature AD is lacking for me. I work designing websites for e-commerce and I often need to cut out product images from white backgrounds. The work isn't complicated enough to require a dedicated piece of photo software like AP so I'm not going to spend an additional 40 quid for it. I'd like to see it added to AD. This feature is literally the last thing that's keeping me from removing Photoshop completely from my mac. Thanks
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