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New to Affinity Photo and wanted to explore the capabilities and caliber of Affinity Photo in comparison to that of Photoshop. I really enjoyed processing these images in Affinity Photo, and impressed with its speed and abilities. Image one is a stack of 27 images and the second one is from ~80 images.  Images were acquired with a Sony A6000 camera with a 55-210mm lens by using a Raynox macro adapter.

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Very impressive pair of photos.

I take it that the inset in the second image is a close-up of the head. The second left leg seems to be truncated. Was the rest behind the upper limb?

John


Windows 10, Affinity Photo 1.8,3 Designer 1.8.3 and Publisher 1.8.3 (mainly Photo), now ex-Adobe CC

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Thank you John for your nice and encouraging comment. Yes your are right, it is part of head in the 2nd image. The leg is bent such that it's hidden behind the portion that is visible. Here is another image of that insect from the side to show complete leg.

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