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  1. In this video, We are going to show you, How to create Black and white to Color gradient effect in Affinity, This method works in both software (Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo).
  2. How to transform a photo into subtle, gorgeous pencil drawings in Affinity Photo (Photoshop Alternative). In this video, I will show you, how to use HSL Adjustment, Levels and Gaussian blur for transforming a photo into like a sketch. I hope you like it.
  3. Hello Support Team, after importing an PSD file with an HSL adjustment layer, my picture became unusable. In Photoshop I made some detailed color adjustments (red tones) within an HSL adjustment layer (see attachment). In Affinity Photo the color adjustments resets to the default 'red tones' and I have no ability there to restore the adjustment. On the website I read "Full PSD import" and "[...] keeping adjustments, effects and layers intact" but at the moment it doesnt work. Is there any workaround or is the feature already planed in next releases? Best regards, OmNom
  4. Hi, in the HSL Adjustment what is the function of the color spectrum bar above the Hue shift slider? Can you do something with it. I noticed that it does not change no matter what I do with the hue shift bar below it. Is it there just for reference? Thanks!
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