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In-Painting + Paint Brush = Hyper Fast “Mass” Object Removal


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Found this on YouTube. 
 

If this has been posted, my apologies. Just wanted to give back to the community that has given me plenty.

 The following guide, most definitely speeds up workflow. 

I can confirm what the video below depicts - works on Affinity Photo iPad.
Some small alterations are required. Following below steps are performed after tracing removal areas (See video for Kathryn tracing fence...)

 
1) Go to SELECTION PERSONA, tap the 3 dots. 
2) Choose selection from layer.  (Bottom of drop down)
3) Go back to PHOTO PERSONA
4) Select “BOTH” layers. (The painted pixel layer & the image layer)
5) Go to in-painting brush
7) Manually paint over
😎 Done!
 

 

Specs:

  • iPad Pro 12.9 (2020 Model

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My Affinity Photo iPad Creations:

Urban Ninja vs. Drone || Folded Space || 1st Revolt

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