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Here are some 35mm and 4x5 filmstrip templates which can be easily reused in AD/AP as photo borders, or for other sort of image presentations etc. - Each of these templates does contain always two (in past times) popular analog film brand looks, so you can switch between them through enabling/disabling layers, or modify/add your own additional ones. There is always also an indicated image place section, where you can mount your photos in.

 

 

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AD/AF Templates:

 

35mm_film_template.afdesign

 

4x5_film_template.afdesign

 

35mm_strip_template.afdesign

 

 

Examples:

 

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Anna Susanna,

I just read your avatar :)

 

When you get as weird as me, that's when you need to start worrying :)

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Here are some 35mm and 4x5 filmstrip templates which can be easily reused in AD/AP as photo borders, or for other sort of image presentations etc. - Each of these templates does contain always two (in past times) popular analog film brand looks, so you can switch between them through enabling/disabling layers, or modify/add your own additional ones. There is always also an indicated image place section, where you can mount your photos in.

 

 

attachicon.gif35mm_film_template.jpg

attachicon.gif4x5_film_template.jpg

attachicon.gif35mm_strip_template.jpg

 

AD/AF Templates:

 

attachicon.gif35mm_film_template.afdesign

 

attachicon.gif4x5_film_template.afdesign

 

attachicon.gif35mm_strip_template.afdesign

 

 

Examples:

 

attachicon.gif35mm_film_sample.jpg

attachicon.gif4x5_film_sample.jpg

thanks for the idea

 

maybe you can look into doing those with embedded comments and clipping to make them even easier to use

 

more Information here:

embedded documents how to:

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/16056-simple-letterhead-mockup/?p=103109

 

clipping: (the second part, using a custom pen tool shape should work)

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/32113-how-to-crop-destructively-and-how-to-clip-mask/?p=155890

 

cheers

 

 

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thanks for the idea

 

maybe you can look into doing those with embedded comments and clipping to make them even easier to use

 

more Information here:

embedded documents how to:

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/16056-simple-letterhead-mockup/?p=103109

 

clipping: (the second part, using a custom pen tool shape should work)

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/32113-how-to-crop-destructively-and-how-to-clip-mask/?p=155890

 

cheers

 

Thanks for the feedback and infos, when I find some spare left time, I will see if I can rework those a little bit!

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Let's add a framed slide for 35mm film template ...

  • external dimensions 50x50 mm
  • inner window 23×35 mm

to the collection. This one is made in AD via vectors so you can scale it up/down as needed.

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The Affinity Designer slide template file:

 

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3 hours ago, PedroOfOz said:

Hate to be a party pooper here however TMY is a _Black & White_ film  ;)  

Yes that's correct, Kodak TMY 400 (aka T-MAX 400 film) is usually a B&W one from Kodak, though color images looked better for demonstration purposes here. - Of course you are free to mount only your outstanding B&W shots on it. ;)

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Great work and thanks!

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