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Don Lee

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Whilst this is a nice picture of the camera, it would be nice to have some background information. For example, given that it is essentially a low-contrast subject how did you use Affinity to manipulate contrast and levels? What sort of sharpening did you use (if any).  What was the lighting and did you control shadows in Affinity?

Information like this does make your image more informative, especially for those who would like to emulate your obvious skill at this sort of thing.

 

Edit: i have just seen your earler posting which was done in Designer. I had assumed that the camera was done in Photo. If it was done in Designer, then it is very impressive.

John


Windows 10, Affinity Photo 1.6.4 and Designer 1.6.4, (mainly Photo), now ex-Adobe CC

CPU: AMD A6-3670. RAM: 8 GB DDR3 @ 666MHz, Graphics: 2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GT 630

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19 hours ago, John Rostron said:

Whilst this is a nice picture of the camera, it would be nice to have some background information. For example, given that it is essentially a low-contrast subject how did you use Affinity to manipulate contrast and levels? What sort of sharpening did you use (if any).  What was the lighting and did you control shadows in Affinity?

Information like this does make your image more informative, especially for those who would like to emulate your obvious skill at this sort of thing.

 

Edit: i have just seen your earler posting which was done in Designer. I had assumed that the camera was done in Photo. If it was done in Designer, then it is very impressive.

John

Thanks for your comment! Actually this is done in Designer as well, I like Designer very much and seldem use Photo. As for me, I think Photo can't replace PS for now.

The digital camera is metal so it's simple to draw. Compared with plastic, wood or something else, flection on metal is clear and with high contrast, so just use Gradient tool, it can make matel look very realistic, you can add some noise to add details. I think Gradient tool in Ad is much better than that in Ai, I really enjoy it.

Metal wiredrawing effet is a texture, after I finish the gradient, then add a texture layer in multiply type,add a mask then.

Lens flection layer choose Screen type.

Hope this can help.

 

I will try to add a better background later, Thanks for your suggestions again.

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