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  1. Hey :-) I do transit maps (diagrams) for fun in my spare time to relax. Here is one of my recent works: the Nottingham Tram Network in my own interpretation (unofficial of course). The whole map is entirely done with Affinity Designer. If you have any thoughts on it or feedack this is much appreciated. Have a great day! Chris
  2. stokerg

    Affinity Photo edit

    Hi Everyone, I'm not normally one to post in this section, mainly as the shots i take are just of painted walls (legal graffiti) so very little editing is done but thought i'd mix things up with some Affinity Photo stuff in this section. I made the most of the bank holiday weekend and went out and about early morning. Also tested out a new NDX filter, only knowing the basics of what they do, i was clicking, then moving a stop and clicking again. This ended up with a lot of very DARK images. Anyway i was able to still make use of them and have attached the results in JPG for the forum and also the original RAW file. Love how the mist has been captured in the background which is what i was hoping for, need to work on skies next as i always seem to blow them out. Feel free to use the RAW image and have a play. I'm sure the more experienced photographers will spot any mistakes i've made, but i'm just getting to know my camera better and shooting on manual as much as possible any tips are welcome. I have a Nikon d3200 with kit lens (18-55mm). Tools used: Inpainting Most of the sliders in the Develop Persona. Little brightness and clarity boost in Photo Persona _DSC0069.NEF
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