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  1. Hello, I have a question regarding the "Apply Image" function. I saw a tutorial where Apply Image was used in Photoshop to change the mask of an image to become the source image but as a mask (so just the dark and bright information). It was used to blend multiple exposures together. Is it also possible with the Apply Image feature in AP, or is there any other option? I hope it is clear what I mean, because I find it hard to explain. Thanks in advance :)
  2. I searched and came across an old thread that asked if it was possible to load multiple exposures in Nik's Hdr Efex when used as a plugin using AP. The answer was no at that time, and I was wondering if there is or will be any way to use this plugin with multiple exposures?
  3. Hello everyone, Photo enthusiast here, I got this hobby about a year ago. I was looking for an alternate app to photoshop (I just hate the subscription model). I am practicing with a few techniques that I am learning throughout the web like duplicity, hdr, panning and blending. I like to take pictures of landscapes but I still cannot figure out how to open multiple exposures so they can be stacked, aligned, and blended together. Can this be done in affinity photo? Also, for those experts out there, we would appreciate it if you start flooding the web with tutorials about different techniques with affinity. Great app...! Thanks...!
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