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I'm still learning Affinity, but as yet I haven't come across a clear method for making an Xray image or reverse b/w or reverse color. If there's already a tutorial, please call me an idiot and link me.

Otherwise, if anyone has an idea of how to do this, I'd really appreciate your expertise. 

Thanks for your help

DaveAnyc

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Welcome to the forum Dave,

To make a reserve image whether it be B&W or Colour just select the layer and then go to Layer > Invert.

Normal
Screen-Shot-2019-10-18-at-08-39-16.png

Inverted Layer
Screen-Shot-2019-10-18-at-08-39-37.png

 

B&W examples

Normal
Screen-Shot-2019-10-18-at-08-44-06.png

Layer Inverted
Screen-Shot-2019-10-18-at-08-44-32.png

 

And another example with a skull overlaid to give the impression of X-ray.

Screen-Shot-2019-10-18-at-08-52-34.png

 

This is the afphoto file Saved with history so you can jog back and forth in the history panel. X-ray face.afphoto (10.4Mb)

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