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  1. Simulating end grain wood engraving using Affinity Designer I am interested in end grain wood engraving to produce prints. I decided to try to simulate end grain wood engraving using Affinity Designer. I am delighted to have found that Affinity Designer has Engraving as a category of brushes. I have tried using a vector brush with Clean Engraving 03. I am using the brush in white on a black filled rectangle as an unengraved wood block would print solid black in a letterpress printing process. Has anyone tried simulating wood engraving? As engraving on metal plates is also possible, could someone from Serif say on what basis the engraving brushes were designed please. Is anyone here interested in simulating end grain wood engraving using Affinity Designer? William
  2. Hi there, first of all, great work indeed with Affinity Photo! I downloaded the trial version yesterday and almost instantly fell in love with it. I was wondering if from the Fujifilm raw files there's any features available to apply the well known/beloved Fujifilm film simulations. That would really make the difference for me and for us fuji lovers. I can do this in Adobe Lightroom "camera profile" panel, as shown in the image I'm attaching. Is there any way to to this with Affinity as well? And if not, is it this feature planned for any future update? Thanks for your help and keep on the great work! Stefano.
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