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  1. Hi there, I have 3 branding colors (1 main accent, one near white and one near black). In my video editor I found an option to set a different color for the light and the dark tone independently. So I set 2 of my colors, set the saturation and the intensity each to 50% - voila, loved the result. Now I want to do the same to my photos for branding reasons. So I tried all the options I could find (including the colorize function with the 2 sepia presets) but didn't get really close. How can I do this in Affinity Photo? Thanky ou for your help, Andi PS: My exact colors are vintage white: #FCF9F2 / 252 249 242 (instead of plain white) beige: #DEB887 / 222 184 135 dark brown (instead of plain black): #35211D / 53 33 29.
  2. Hallo, in diesem Affinity Photo Tutorial zeige ich wie man einen "Sepia Filter" erstellt. Dieser Filter ist bisher noch nicht enthalten, aber leicht zu machen. Ich bin autorisierter Autor bei www.affinitytutorials.de. Verpasst Euren Bildern einen stimmungsvollen Vintage-Look. Viel SpaƟ. In this Affinity Photo Tutorial, I show you how to create the "sepia filter". This filter is not included so far. I'm authorized author at www.affinitytutorials.de. Create an atmospheric vintage look. Have fun. Jack Farbcode/Colorcode: #894504 https://youtu.be/qEsJVjh-Rbc https://youtu.be/qEsJVjh-Rbc https://youtu.be/qEsJVjh-Rbc
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