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Not sure what the algorithm for divide mode would be.  Would i be feasible to implement this via Apply Image?

John


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26 minutes ago, John Rostron said:

Not sure what the algorithm for divide mode would be.  Would i be feasible to implement this via Apply Image?

John

I would love to figure out this work-around if possible. Just surprised we haven't gotten a reply on this, to my knowledge. No offense meant to the dev team or mods, just curious.

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21 hours ago, Sullyman said:

Just surprised we haven't gotten a reply on this, to my knowledge

Serif does not normally respond to feature requests.  Sometimes, but not usually.  They do read them.

 

22 hours ago, John Rostron said:

Not sure what the algorithm for divide mode would be.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blend_modes#Divide

It is apparently just what the name implies: take the corresponding pixel values of the two layers and divide one by the other.

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You can actually implement the equivalent of divide using Filters > Apply Image. Just tick the Equations box and enter the equations:

DR=DR/SR

DG=DG/SG

DB=DB/SG

Or you could reverse the two if you wanted:

DR=SR/DR

DG=SG/DG

DB=SB/DB

However, I can see no easy way to automate this as a macro.

John


Windows 10, Affinity Photo 1.8,5 Designer 1.8.5 and Publisher 1.8.5 (mainly Photo), now ex-Adobe CC

CPU: AMD A6-3670. RAM: 16 GB DDR3 @ 666MHz, Graphics: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GT 630

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Too bad this is missing. I was just following a Photoshop tutorial for a cartoon look effect. :-(

( Yes, I found the other threads here, but I'm not really happy with the results. )


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On 4/2/2020 at 10:44 PM, Wosven said:

 

As shown by the good fellow in this tutorial it is a delight to use divide in Photoshop. And very, very simple to use and remember.

Divide is one of the few features I would like to see in Photo 2.0 - apart from a total usability and workflow makeover. Photo is a teenage room.


I gave up using Designer for hobby use - a "professional" vector drawing program without actual vector features. Customers waiting for five years in vain is more than any company can ask for. Maybe if Affinity Designer 2.0 gets real and advanced vector features I can use it. Until then... I am a customer, a potential upgrader and an active observer with an opinion. Currently I am slowly finishing a project I started in Designer.

Further... give up and please hire an UX (usability designer), Serif. It is how professional software is made in this century.

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