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  1. Hi everyone, I've just released a new 4.5 hour course at Udemy called Affinity Photo for the iPad: Special Effects and for an introductory offer you can use this coupon - ESPECIALFXIPAD to get the course for $9.99 instead of the full price of $59.99until the end of Sunday 14th April. The reason I did this course is because I've had a number of requests from people who use the iPad version of Affinity Photo but found it hard to adapt the tutorials from the desktop version of Affinity Photo: The Little Box of Tricks and Affinity Photo: Modern Special Effects to the iPad version. So I've taken a good cross section of the tutorials from both courses and recreated them for the iPad version of Affinity Photo. In these tutorials I show you how to combine the various Affinity Photo tools to recreate many of the most popular photo effects you can see today, and maybe come up with your own signature look. I show you the right way to use the tools along with any potential problems and things to watch for when you create a series of stunning effects. But flexibility is key here, so I'll also show you several ways to adapt your new recipes to meet the needs of different images. I'll make recommendations about which images are suitable for which special effect, and I include all the images I use on the course so that you can download them and follow along. I assume a basic knowledge of Affinity Photo for the iPad - the kind of knowledge you can get from Affinity Photo for the iPad - and here's a coupon to get that course for $9.99 as well - EMOBILE. But, because we will be using some of the more professional grade tools, I provide some reference videos which isolate and explain how to use them. It's so easy when you create an effect to get the feeling that the software is doing the talking for you. Well, we'll change that. I'll go into enough detail about how to use the tools and the right workflow to use that you will gain a deeper understanding of the entire process. You'll be creating stunning, flexible effects. You'll be making your photos shine! Thanks for your time, Simon
  2. Jeremy created a 1 hour course on Portrait Editing and Compositing, that you can get for free today. He is a really great guy and will show you how to adjust a RAW file, correct the channels with curves, remove and replace the background and put some artistic touches on the photo. Get the resource file to follow along with this Youtube video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tYCeSJT6824r_08cCfW8Uos4iQRH9gPK/view?usp=sharing Get the FULL FREE COURSE on how to take a portrait from raw to finished composite here : https://bit.ly/2TuiWHS Follow 7th Season studios here: Website: https://www.7thseasonstudios.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/7thseasonstudios/ Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/c/7thSeasonStudios Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/7thseasonstudios/ Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials https://www.instagram.com/sarikasat/ Join us on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/AffinityPhotoTuts/
  3. Learn 6 Ways to work with Vectors right inside Affinity Photo - no extra Software needed. Learn how to create a - 3D looking Cog Wheel with a textured Vector Design - Web Button with a beveled 3D look - Gradient over multiple Vector shapes - Subtract a Vector Shape in Affinity Photo - Create Pie Chart with true percentage angles Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials https://www.instagram.com/sarikasat/ Join us on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/AffinityPhotoTuts/ Photos used: https://pixabay.com/photos/background-texture-grunge-metal-1180666/ https://unsplash.com/photos/YjW8Qn85V6Y
  4. Hey guys, I did this video recently to share my knowledge and tips, how I design my characters. Thanks for watching
  5. Find out which is for you. Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer both have their purpose. Here is a basic intro on what they are best at. Understand the difference between Vector and Pixel. Learn how to work with Art-boards and become more efficient as a designer. Paper Sizes: https://papersizes.io/a/ Find amazing Perks on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials Photo used: https://unsplash.com/photos/RwHv7LgeC7s
  6. Learn to create a nice, warm Atmosphere in any photo. I will show you how to build a creamy, warm Sun light flow for a perfect summer atmosphere in your photos. For this I use one of my favorite tricks: Ellipse and Rectangle shapes are very flexible light sources. Find amazing Perks on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials Photo Source: https://unsplash.com/photos/rA5aJvQ2l6g
  7. Learn how to create a star filled sky in easy steps. In this tutorial I show you how to fill any night sky with stars and make them look dreamy and awesome. We are going to learn how to mask & group the layers. Use Blend Modes Hard Light, Soft light and Screen to our advantage. We look at the Blur Layer Effect as a fast and easy way to make images dreamy. Let's get started Sky replacement Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUQwCgU941I Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials Photos used: https://unsplash.com/photos/9wH624ALFQA https://unsplash.com/photos/4wzRuAb-KWs
  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx6U78HlglQ Learn how to change the eye color in a realistic way in Affinity Photo. The human eye is as complex as it is beautiful. That makes it a little hard to change the color the right way. But it's all made easy if you know how. Let's find out. The Iris of the eye has multiple colors, often 3 or more that mix beautifully and make the eye so interesting and alive. So, when changing the color, we have to take that into account and try to recreate it in a natural way in the new color we want to adjust it to. For that we create two separate Adjustment layers and recolor the eye for a natural look. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials Photo Used: https://unsplash.com/photos/4bmtMXGuVqo
  9. Hi everyone, I've just released a new 5 hour course at Udemy called Affinity Photo: Modern Special Effects and for an introductory offer you can use this coupon - ESPECIALFX to get the course for $9.99 instead of the full price of $59.99. Here's the link for it - Affinity Photo: Modern Special Effects In a series of tutorials, I'll show you how to combine the various Affinity Photo tools to recreate the most popular photo effects you can see today, and maybe come up with your own signature look. I'll show you the right way to use the tools along with any potential problems and things to watch for when you create a series of stunning effects. But flexibility is key here, so I'll also show you several ways to adapt your new recipes to meet the needs of different images. I'll make recommendations about which images are suitable for which special effect, and I'll be giving you exercises to practice what you have learned. I assume a basic knowledge of Affinity Photo. But, because we will be using some of the more professional grade tools, I provide some reference videos which isolate and explain how to use them. But here's the especially nice bit. I often do these kind of courses because I love learning new things but also because I think it's important that I go through the same process you do when you learn from one of my courses. I find the single biggest problem is taking notes. It's the single biggest thing that slows me down, sometimes by a factor of 4 or 5. So I've made the notes for you. You will find a 50 page .pdf waiting for you to download from Lecture 2. It contains extensive notes on the methods and processes I describe along with many screenshots. So much better than a load of scribbled notes that took you ages to write down... It's so easy when you create an effect to get the feeling that the software is doing the talking for you. Well, we'll change that. I'll go into enough detail about how to use the tools and the right workflow to use that you will gain a deeper understanding of the entire process. You'll be creating stunning, flexible effects. You'll be making your photos shine! Thanks for your time, Simon ... If you use Affinity Photo solely on the iPad you may want to wait for the version of this course that's especially for the iPad. I'm working on it now...
  10. Hello everyone! I'm new to the Affinity scene and love it so far. I've been a Lightroom user for years and decided that it's time to put the presets and sliders aside for a while and really take control of my editing. Enter Affinity. The purpose of this thread is to discuss workflows used when editing multiple photos from a photoshoot. I can't seem to figure out a truly effective way to edit 50+ photos without creating a mess. Any pointers, videos, web articles, or books are welcome. Thank you all for the support and I look forward to reading your responses.
  11. LUTs Explained - Learn how to use Lookup Tables to easily color grade or style your photos. In this video i show you how to import LUTs, save them as a Preset and even create your own LUTs presets from scratch. This will give you a lot of easy options to apply styles to your photos, build consistency for your art and even create your own looks. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials 35 Free LUTs: https://www.rocketstock.com/free-after-effects-templates/35-free-luts-for-color-grading-videos/ Photos used: https://unsplash.com/photos/oJUTLMxMsgE https://unsplash.com/photos/cBQSvh8bMwg
  12. Learn to create a consistent style and color palette for your photos. Grow your followers, get fans and build you brand. In this tutorial I will show you how to create a Master File that you can use to consistently create the same look and feel for your photos. This will bring them closer together. Establish your style and show people that you have an artistic concept behind your works. Video about Curves: https://youtu.be/UAYKacUL86U Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials Photos used: https://unsplash.com/photos/g0b_tx3i0_8 https://unsplash.com/photos/xgWZ-h4Bh-4 https://unsplash.com/photos/4QTfjewH4RU https://unsplash.com/photos/q7GJsXhDzng
  13. I have made a number of posts in this Tutorials forum on how to do various things, mainly involving Distort > Equations. Many have also provided a macro that executes the operation. I have realized more recently that posts such as these, which are mainly presenting a macro would better fit in the Resources forum. I would welcome some guidance from moderators as to choosing the appropriate forum. My feeling is that a post that is mainly explaining a procedure, a 'how to' is best as a Tutorial, whereas a post presenting a finished product (a macro) is best as a Resource. There could be appropriate cross-referencing between the two if needs be. Just to blur the issue, I note that the Tutorials forum often has posts which are asking for 'how to' explanations, which should perhaps belong in the Questions forum. Perhaps the mods would include a sticky Guidelines for Tutrials at the top of the forum? John
  14. Learn how to use the Curves tool to adjust your photos, create interesting effects and blend objects into other photos. In this Tutorial i will show you with 3 examples who things like the Histogram, Channels, the Tonal Range and Curves are used effectively. We will have a look at the changes that come from affecting the Color Channel R G B, changing from Cyan to Red, from Magenta to Green and from Yellow to Blue. We will also experiment with the Blend mode and how that changes the impact of the Curves tool. Find amazing Perks on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials Photos used: https://unsplash.com/photos/wZjNp-xo1GI https://unsplash.com/photos/iOykDIkZLQw https://unsplash.com/photos/GpVcXxbGTyk
  15. Easy Light Leak Effect Tutorial for a realistic look. This beautiful look can bring a nice touch of vintage and adventure to your photos. It is really easy to create and a lot of fun to play with. A Light Leak is when Analog Film was hit by unintended Light. Mostly a result of a faulty camera, broken analog film container or wrong handling during development. Find amazing Perks on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials Photo used: https://unsplash.com/photos/eK_aInAXydw
  16. Hi peeps! My first class for Skillshare is live and at the moment, totally FREE! The class is called “LEARN TO USE THE PEN TOOL on Affinity Designer”, and you will be able to learn how to use this tool FOR GOOD, learning the 3 different methods I use to get my drawings done. I’d be very grateful if additionally, you'd use the referral link to sign up for a 2 month free trial that you can cancel at ay time to help me financially. (Skillshare pays me, you don't!). This way not only you'd be able to watch my class, but all the classes in the platform for 2 complete months. I will be also happy to assist you with any doubts you might find along the course. You can find the referral link for this free class in the description for this video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTLFnWXoP1k
  17. Learn to understand how Light and Color can be used to create a more satisfying photo and tell a story. In most cases we fell more satisfied with a photo if we understand what the photographer wants to show us. Meaning that the eye is guided towards certain areas of the image. In addition to that, our eyes are build in a way that has more focus, contrast and attention to the area we are looking at. So a photo replicating that experience can feel more natural and satisfying. Find amazing Perks on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials Photos used: https://unsplash.com/photos/NEuFnhGeDDc https://unsplash.com/photos/r9RW20TrQ0Y
  18. Turn any photo in a Old 19th Century Photo with ease. This Step-by-Step Video shows you how to create this beautiful effect. It also tells you how to make a Master or Mockup File, that you can use with any other photo. Giving you the tools to make Old Photo looks very fast the next time you need it. This Tutorial shows how to take into consideration the special properties of old photo plates / films and old cameras, like dust and scratches, fewer levels of light sensitivity, uneven lighting of the photo plates / Films, different gradients and more. Find amazing Perks on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sarikas Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sarikastutorials Sources used: https://www.deviantart.com/rorron/art/some-old-papers-4-44172050 https://unsplash.com/photos/nRDopRnkEfI https://unsplash.com/photos/pAs4IM6OGWI https://inspirationhut.net/design-resources/38-old-paper-texture-downloads/ https://www.graphicsfuel.com/2015/11/10-free-dust-dirt-overlay-textures/ https://www.behance.net/gallery/59398743/Film-Grain-Textures-FREE
  19. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to draw psychedelic, checkered patterns in Affinity Designer 1.6.1 using the Geometric operations. Keep on drawin' Norbert
  20. Affinity Designer for iPad. I cant find tutorial about „selection of objects and nodes“. There was one... i want to look it again. Can somebody post the link, please? thankyou for Support. MMMax
  21. Hello! Is my first post here. :) I'm trying to replicate this tutorial I found to create a foil texture. I found a way to replace the clouds filter using the Perlin Noise on Affinity Photo. But I have no idea to replicate the last step on this tutorial. Anyone has any idea to do this? Thanks!
  22. Hi Everyone! Today I published first episode of 1-minute graphic tips series called "Minutnik graficzny" (graphic stopwatch) #1 How to set the contrast of a photo: I decided to make it in polish, because there is a lot of english content already, however if someone non-polish-speaking would like to check it, there are english subtitles. I believe there are some polish people on this forum, so I hope to get some feedback. I'm going to publish here updates, especially for episodes connected with Affinity sofware. Lets affinitize Poland!
  23. Hi everyone, I recently wrote a post on my blog covering my workflow regarding the steps I follow when I'm editing a portrait. I also made available a PDF file with the same checklist I use so you can download it. The post is available both is Portuguese and English. [PT] http://blog.pedrosoares.photo/lista-de-tarefas-edicao-de-retrato/ [EN] http://blog.pedrosoares.photo/portrait-retouching-checklist/?lang=en There are also other articles talking about Affinity and other free resources. Let me know if it was useful. Cheers
  24. https://affinicasts.com/videos/how-to-add-realistic-water-droplets-to-objects The devil is in the details as they say. Some photography requires an extra bit of finesse to really draw attention and hyphen the offering. Many commercial photography professionals have a bag of tricks up their sleeves when it comes to editing photos for consumers. This video tutorial showcases one of which produces fake but otherwise realistic looking water droplets (condensation) on various objects. The addition of condensation to fruits, vegetables, drinks, and more promotes a "fresh" feeling. Something to take the edge off a hard day's work or satisfy a hunger craving. Follow along as I demonstrate this technique using Affinity Photo.
  25. Link to Tutorial: http://hmturnbull.com/writing/fantasy/map-making/introduction/ Description: On my website I'm writing a series of tutorials on how to create a fantasy map using Affinity Designer. I've seen a lot of tutorials for fantasy cartography, but they all seem to focus on either hand-drawn maps or maps made in raster software. Using my method, one can create a fantasy map that will scale infinitely and is easier to edit throughout the process. In this tutorial, I will teach you how to make a versatile map that you can use for stories or role-playing games.
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