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[Affinity Photo] T V - VIGNETTE PROCEDURAL TEXTURE R,G,B.afmacros

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Today, I was on a search for Procedural Texture formulas and I found one in the help menu, thanks Affinity!

Instead of giving you a macro based on that alone, I added (0,1) controls for red, green, blue.  This expands the versatility of the radial vignette to create color toning, blends, etc., as well, all in one. 

The controls are set up for a black round gradient vignette.  When applied, the gradient is sized and centered to the image and will add a non-destructive layer above the layer stack.  This can be applied from any selected layer or not. 

Double click on the Procedural Texture layer to open the Procedural Texture dialog box.  With the Procedural Texture box open, select any point on the image area to move the center of gradation.  The first (3) controls change the size and depth of gradient.  The second (3) R,G,B(0,1) controls offset the black gradient to color, just as normal R,G,B control sliders.

+++  After further testing, the settings of the macro set this up perfectly on square and vertical images.  For horizontal images try changing the 1st control to 25%, 2nd control to 50%, and 3rd to 2.    

Experiment and Enjoy! - T V  

My hope is to learn how to replicate this in a linear fashion, amongst others, which, will fill a current need in the macro environment to be able to produce a variety of color gradients options. 

***Any help will be rewarded with more macros ✌️ ...I just finished another (divided) version which produced interesting results...also, another gradient vignette version controlling EVERYTHING completely differently... 


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