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Include ‘ from contextual toolbar.

Select source instead of destinatiion and be sure to show grid is selected ‘

 

see Jsmes Ritson tutorial  Panorama Disortion Correction

 

Https:/Vimeo.com/170633074

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1 hour ago, LLM said:

Include ‘ from contextual toolbar.

Select source instead of destinatiion and be sure to show grid is selected ‘

 

Are you suggesting that the workbook would benefit from the inclusion of some additional text? :/

 

1 hour ago, LLM said:

see Jsmes Ritson tutorial  Panorama Disortion Correction

 

Https:/Vimeo.com/170633074

 

I think that should be:

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See James Ritson tutorial ‘Panorama Distortion Correction’

 

https://vimeo.com/170633074

 


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Thank you. I hadn’t noticed the topic tags before I made my previous post! I now see that this thread is about the ‘grilled cheese’ mesh warp example on page 352 of the workbook.

 

For future reference, details such as the above should be included in the body of your original post. Topic tags are there to help users find relevant threads, but no one looking for threads about mesh warp and/or the Affinity Photo Workbook is going to look for topics tagged with ‘page 352’.


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