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I have always enjoyed wasting time by manually mirroring images as it's always a surprise to see what pops up on the screen; but yesterday, I discover Affinity's mirroring tool. That thing really does do the brain in!!
I took the first photo and gave it a spin to end up with the second photo. That was too easy so I decided to add my personal touch with a collage; something I have been making since film days and picture framing. And last one is just another of the first
Amazing techknowledge, and so damn fast it's boring LOL 
Photo taken in 2012  in the hard country around Broken Hill, Australia 
Honest comments, suggestions and questions welcome.

My question: how do I copy and paste 'layer effects' onto other photos in the same collage?

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  1. Click on the layer with the fx
  2. Press CMD + C (Ctrl + C on Windows)
  3. Select the layer you want to paste the fx to
  4. Go to Edit > Paste fx or use the Keyboard shortcut assigned. On Mac its ⌃+⌘+V (Ctrl + Cmd + V)

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2 minutes ago, firstdefence said:

On Mac its ⌃+⌘+V

On Windows, Ctrl replaces Cmd in keyboard shortcuts. So Shift+Cmd+V on a Mac is Shift+Ctrl+V in the Windows versions of the Affinity apps.


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Looks like there's a Stag going round with its antlers missing. 


Some scientists claim that hydrogen, because it is so plentiful, is the basic building block of the universe. I dispute that. I say there is more stupidity than hydrogen, and that is the basic building block of the universe.

These are not my own words but I sure like this quote.

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21 hours ago, ianrb said:

I have always enjoyed wasting time by manually mirroring images as it's always a surprise to see what pops up on the screen; but yesterday, I discover Affinity's mirroring tool. That thing really does do the brain in!!
I took the first photo and gave it a spin to end up with the second photo. That was too easy so I decided to add my personal touch with a collage; something I have been making since film days and picture framing. And last one is just another of the first
Amazing techknowledge, and so damn fast it's boring LOL 
Photo taken in 2012  in the hard country around Broken Hill, Australia 
Honest comments, suggestions and questions welcome.

My question: how do I copy and paste 'layer effects' onto other photos in the same collage?

1205--5.jpg

1205--5-3-2.jpg

1205--5-3-2-2.jpg

1205--5-4.jpg

That aliens back doing a van Damme lol!


iMac 27" Late 2015 Fully Loaded, iMac 27" Mid 2011 both running High Sierra 10.13.6 - Affinity Designer/Photo & Publisher - Illustrator CC, Inkscape, Blender, Sketchup, Pepakura Designer, MTC, Pixelmator & Pixelmator Pro + more... XP-Pen Artist-22E, - iPad Pro 12.9 B|  

Affinity Help - Affinity Desktop Tutorials - FeedbackInstagram & Flickr

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