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I am trying to learn how to match skin tones to be similar on 2 pictures;  I can find videos in

other programs but want to learn how to match in Affinity Program.  If possible please supply

the link to click on and watch a video.

I search in the 182 videos and must be overlooking a good way to match colors.

Don S

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Hi DonS,

Welcome to the forum :)

The information in the below forum thread should show you how to do this. We don't have a video tutorial I'm afraid.




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You might want to look at the vectorscope. It has an indicator that (i think) helps you align things in the region of skin tones. Look at the line labeled "I"


this article explains it better than i can. He is talking about skin tones in video but the concept is the same to me.


Skill Level: Beginner, digital photography, digital editing, lighting.

Equipment: Consumer grade. Sony Nex5n, Nikon D5100, (16MP sony sensors)

Paid Software: Affinity Photo, Affinity Designer, Lightroom4

Free Software: NIK collection, Sony CaptureOne9, Cyberlink PhotoDirector6, Hugin, ImageJ, MS Ice, Davinci Resolve

Computer: Win10 home, CPU Skylake I7-6700, GPU Saphire HD7850 1G, Plextor SSD

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