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Hi,

I have finally bought Affinity Photo, having had Designer for couple of yours.  Disclaimer: I know nothing about photography or how to use AP.

I have always been intrigued by creative images, when you join more images together, for example like 'Dreamers' in the 'View Samples' section of the Welcome screen. 

Does this technique have a name? What should I look for to learn this? I have tried searching around but I think I'm using wrong terms. So here I am, asking this very stupid question. What is it that I want to learn?

Thank you.

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40 minutes ago, Zk433 said:

like 'Dreamers'

You would have a Photo Workbook. This technique (compositing images) is described in detail herein.


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I'm waiting if there is going to be some kind of deal on the book. I have the Affinity Designer Photobook, but I can't afford to pay £40 for another book right now.

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You may have already found it (& it is a lot to take in all at once) but the Affinity Photo - Compositing Landscapes video tutorial covers both basic & some advanced techniques you might find helpful to know about. And of course, it is free. :)


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