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High pass sharpening isn't covered specifically in any of the official iPad tutorials but I did do a walkthrough of an image edit that uses it as a final step. Check out this video at around 11:50 - 

 

 

It covers adding a live High Pass layer, then setting its blend mode to linear light to achieve the sharpening effect. Hope that helps!


Affinity Photo Video Tutorials - Affinity Photo for iPad Tutorials

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14 hours ago, James Ritson said:

High pass sharpening isn't covered specifically in any of the official iPad tutorials but I did do a walkthrough of an image edit that uses it as a final step. Check out this video at around 11:50 - 

 

 

It covers adding a live High Pass layer, then setting its blend mode to linear light to achieve the sharpening effect. Hope that helps!

 

 

Thanks James for this wonderful tutorial but still I'm having a problem in the image quality but this time when it comes now to export process. I tried several types of image format but when I tried to post it in facebook it suddenly looses the quality. Before when I'm still using PS, all the images that I post on Facebook are sharp. What usually type of image format that you are using when exporting your image from affinity photo?

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