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Hi there, Im using AD almost one year. And funny thing is that I never worked in any of Adobe products, so for me all experience is going from AD, AP and goes Ai Ps. not like many people here who have been working in Adobe software for a while and now are switching to AD APs.
I decided, in order to get more skills to master few courses in Ai Ps(on on one series from Deke McClelland for AI PS and). Those courses as far that I can see are very deep and contain lot of ways how to work etc.
In the same time   will try to duplicate some exercises in Affinity products and would like to share with some tools that I din't found in AD/AP but there are In Ai Ps. 

I'm sure that in some cases I didn't try hard enough to find tools, but any way) 

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First in my list is some kind of eye dropper selective saturation in HSL adjustment in Ps, I think it handy to drag over area that you want to saturate without guessing which channel is going to work best, what colour is it etc. 


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