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In the Affinity Photo Workbook, pg 122, I'm directed to apply a filter via the filter menu: Noise > Add Noise.  I do, it's pretty, but my question is this: Is this a rare example of "destructive" editing, in that for me to change the noise factor I've added would involve going through a series of "undoing"?  That is, there is no way for me to change the parms on the add noise, nor to eliminate it with a click, correct?  This is apparently the nature of filters applied through the filter menu.

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Live Filters & Adjustments are implemented as layers so they are non-destructive, but everything on the Filters menu is applied directly to the selected pixel layer(s) so they are destructive.


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Hi,
My question, how current is the new workbook for Affinity Photo? Will be the last one
Update handling version 1.6.1.93? Since there are several in this last version
I did not want to buy an outdated book, for the older versions I already bought one.
Translated by the German again with the Google translator.
Best regards,
Dieter

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