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I'm a professional real estate photographer who recently switched from Photoshop. I'm a light processor, but will occasionally replace a sky, ad a fire to a fireplace or put an image onto a tv or movie screen. In Photoshop it involves taking a jpeg of said fill content and dragging it to it's location, sizing it and adding perspective tweaks to fill the space. Could someone describe how to do that in Affinity please? I've attached an example. I'd like to put the football game onto the theater screen.

 Thank you!

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The Perspective Tool would be a quick way to do this.

Just File > Place the game image onto the theatre image, resize it approximately to the size of the screen, then use the Perspective Tool to move the corners of the game image onto the screen, add beer, popcorn and a few mates and the job's done


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4 minutes ago, carl123 said:

The Perspective Tool would be a quick way to do this.

 

Good point, Carl. Live Perspective Projection is probably overkill in this and similar cases.


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