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Auto align (and expose ?) photos and save them separately ?

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Hello !


My goal is to align and "relight" a series of at least 50 photos taken at the same location every month, like these :

Affinity-2011.jpg Affinity-2014.jpg Affinity-2017.jpg


Using Affinity Photo, I created a new stack with my pictures, and that's OK (alignment is done quite nicely) :



But then, I would like to save each re-aligned photo to individual JPEG :



Is there a way to achieve this easily ?


And is it possible to adjust luminosity in each photo to an average of all ?


Thanks !



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Hi H4piculteur,


Welcome to the Forums :)


The closest you will get to what you want to do would be using the File > New Batch menu items and then creating a Macro to be used with the Batch Job. You can find tutorials regarding these features below.






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OK, I tried Macros and Batches, but I can't find a way to save each layer in a separate JPEG file.

(I have degrouped the stack first, manually, and then tried in a macro to select each layer one after the other)


Perhaps if I could create a new image from 1 layer ? But the Copy function seem not to be allowed in Macros...


Thanks for any suggestion...

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