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Hello, I bought Affinity Photo, and just started using it yesterday. I love it already. 

Great to see an affordable and perpetual alternative to Photoshop subscription, and also good to see you have many good tutorial videos and a user forum.

I also looked at Exposure software, and really like their Snap Art kit. Is it possible to get the same, or similar effect, in Affinity Photo?

I'd really like to have this ability without the need to by a 3rd party program.

All suggestions greatly appreciated...Cheers

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The plug-in itself works fine, but the preview multiplies the image instead of zooming in:


(This is on Windows 10, with a 4K display; you would get less duplicates on a lower-resolution display. This is an Affinity problem as the same plug-in operates flawlessly with Photoshop installed on the same computer.)

As for free software that supports similar effects (and if you are on Windows), you might want to try GIMP and G'MIC library that comes with dozens of artistic filters some of which work really well.

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