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  1. Hello Could you please add the possibility to recognise the star rating of pictures taken and rated with Sony cameras (like the new Sony a7rIII / ILCE-7RM3)? Please view quotes and links below to see which rating function I am referring to: Source for 1st quote: https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/sony-a7r-iii Source for 2nd quote: https://www.colbybrownphotography.com/getting-the-most-out-of-your-sony-a7r-iii/ Here you can see the camera rating function works (play the video at 19'54''): (on YouTube.com, it is the video "Sony a7R III Training Tutorial" "by Tony & Chelsea Northrup) Please tell if this will be added to the features requested list and when you will be implementing it. Thank you! Miss C
  2. Can anyone help me how to randomize a bunch of object's position and scale for instance i wanna do a starred background with various position rotation and scale. In AI there is transform each command and you can randomize transform applied on objects. Thank you.
  3. maspick

    Earthrise at Sea

    Here's my first creation in Photo:
  4. maspick

    AP - 2 Planets

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  5. Hey again, it's been ages since I actually shared some of my work in this forum. Over the course of getting imagery for the tutorials, I've also produced some final pieces that I'm happy with. Recently I've been tackling tutorials for astrophotography/star image editing as well as light painting, so there have been a few late nights! My favourite so far is a light painting composite near my home: Rail Tracks by James Ritson, on Flickr Then a light painting of Rufford Abbey (although I think I narrowly avoided a run-in with security): Rufford Abbey by James Ritson, on Flickr Followed by another light painting composite underneath an old railway bridge. This one's a little scrappy and I'm not sure how I feel about it at the moment: Under The Bridge 01 by James Ritson, on Flickr Moving on, a combination of star photography and light painting at Rufford Lake: Rufford Lake 01 by James Ritson, on Flickr And then a shot of the night sky, which was achieved by stacking 50 images (shot at ISO 6400, 1s long each) and pushing the tones quite severely to produce a vibrant result: Still Sky 01 by James Ritson, on Flickr That's about it for now - some of the above imagery is used in the recent tutorials and I plan to hopefully produce some more videos in the future covering these areas of photography. There are a few more images on my 500px and Flickr accounts as well if you're interested! Thanks, James
  6. Hi, I came across a nice tutorial for post-processing Nothern Lights/Star photography using Photoshop On FStoppers (https://fstoppers.com/originals/advanced-six-step-program-processing-aurora-lightroom-and-photoshop-164984), and I was particularly interested in section 5 of this tutorial which aims at making "leading stars" bigger using luminosity masks. I have tried doing something similar in Affinity Photo using Blend Range tool (equivalent of luminosity mask in Affinity Photo) but I have not been successful. Using an unsharp mask filter and a lighten blend mode makes all the stars a little bit bigger (which is a good start) but I am after a more dramatic effect that only works on the biggest stars of the image (without going through the painful process of manually enhancing them one by one using local adjustments). Would someone be able to give me some pointers on how to achieve that? Thanks, Xav
  7. Hi, I'm new to Affinity Designer and Photo and been learning a lot from all the tutorials which are great, however, I can't find anything on how to create a starry night sky from scratch. I browsed Youtube and found how to do it with Photoshop but they use all the PS shortcuts and UI so I have no idea how to do it with Affinity or if its even possible. Can someone share some knowledge about this? My goal is to make a starry night sky with colorful gas clouds.
  8. Hello, In doing astrophotography, these two features are really essential. I really love using AP for editing, but it becomes nearly impossible to with astrophotography because it's missing these two features. Especially because AP has features like LAB, it could be a really great tool potentially - and I don't think (at least the median mode) is very difficult to implement. They're useful for stacking photos - when taking pictures of the night sky without a tracker, you're limited in the exposure length you can use, because the Earth is rotating. To get a useful picture, you really need an exposure with at least ISO 3200, making very noisy images. The solution is to take multiple pictures and align them in post, and then use a median filter to remove the noise (which is incredibly effective). It's useful for other things as well - basically any noise reduction. There are perfectly clear stacks of images taken at ISO 25,600 or higher - and the median filter can get rid of people walking in front of a landscape, for example. My point is, these are really useful features for everyone and could add a lot to the abilities of AP and make it a very appealing software for another group of photographers.
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