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May I ask why this wont be a thing in affinity? I mean is it bad to design something with a nice lens flare?

especially with the designer being a vector software that's nice to use it's even more awesome because you can scale and render it at any resolution you like, and even better with the export persona (which I began to use mroe recently).

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too bad that this would be raster based, a vector based lensflare in designer would be pure awesome. because aith a raster based lensflare and importing it into designer I can also use Gimp (which I've use a long time, so I know my ways there, although there's it's called the Gradient Flare.).

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On 2017-05-15 at 0:14 PM, My1 said:

too bad that this would be raster based, a vector based lensflare in designer would be pure awesome. because aith a raster based lensflare and importing it into designer I can also use Gimp (which I've use a long time, so I know my ways there, although there's it's called the Gradient Flare.).

Something like this in Designer would have been great!

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Are we talking here about a tool to remove or reduce lens flare in a photo, or a tool to add lens flare to a photo (or design).

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It needs a lens flare effect .... I just tested the last vesion of Light Knoll Factory (v3.2) which still works in Photoshop CC 2019,  it doesn't work in Affinity Photo unfortuntely, the only other PS plugin I know off that includes lens fare effects is Digital Fiml Tools, sadly that doesnlt seem to work in Affinity Photo either :(

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22 minutes ago, haakoo said:

If using Windows you could bring over the image to paint dot net(freeware)
This supports most 8bf plugins

Yes I know but its not the same as having the effect in the program to avoid round trips to doifferent apps - Digital Film Tools also has a standalone app as well as the PS plugin

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.... anyway while playing around with Photo BETA i tried a plugin I have by MediaChance Plugin Bridge - a wrapper so you can run 32bit plugins inside 64 bit version of Photoshop.... It seems to work well & I was able to use a 32bit version of Knoll Light Factory with it inside Affinity Photo.

Question????? ...... Can third party plugin effects be non destructive? I know Photo has the live/non destructuive built-in effects but any way to make 3rd party plugins non destructive like smart objects in Photoshop?

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You could try making an overlay by creating a fill layer with black and applying the filter to that.

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