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 Hope this is Ok to post here 
Nothin' on Tv so ....
I'm very open to honest CC --- just don't feel I have this "right"; whatever that is . 2nd is the original
The main effect made with the perspective live filter 
Any links/tips/advice or even show your photo/s or edit mine
Cheers

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I like pictures that extend "outside the frame" and adding a perspective filter adds a new dimension to play with. Thanks.

 

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1 hour ago, carl123 said:

pictures that extend "outside the frame"

Often called ‘out of bounds’, or OOB for short. (No wonder that cow is thinking ‘Way tall flower!’) ;)


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Probably a neater edge  around the image, apply that edge prior to using perspective and group all the components so you can perspective the group. Less is more so drop the intensity of the shadow on the flower, make it more diffused and also colour it a darkish yellow, shadows are rarely grey and are often tinted with colour either because of the translucency of the object causing the shadow to be tinted or because of the surface the shadow is being cast onto.


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1 minute ago, firstdefence said:

shadows are rarely grey and are often tinted with colour either because of the translucency of the object causing the shadow to be tinted or because of the surface the shadow is being cast onto.

Or because of the colour of the light. (I once slept in a room where there were plants kept under ultraviolet light, and the shadows were yellow.)


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3 minutes ago, αℓƒяє∂ said:

Or because of the colour of the light. (I once slept in a room where there were plants kept under ultraviolet light, and the shadows were yellow.)

trippy man! lol!


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18 hours ago, Daniel204 said:

You are the best creator:)

Thanks for the compliment; however I'm basically following the creations done by others because Affinity and couple of others are making it easier to do . But I am working something that is mine; well I have not seen it before and it's pretty hard to come up with anything totally new . Much of the stuff we do actually started inside a view camera, and a darkroom years before digital was even a dream 

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On 11/28/2018 at 5:28 AM, ianrb said:

Thanks for the compliment; however I'm basically following the creations done by others because Affinity and couple of others are making it easier to do . But I am working something that is mine; well I have not seen it before and it's pretty hard to come up with anything totally new . Much of the stuff we do actually started inside a view camera, and a darkroom years before digital was even a dream 

Hello!

Best luck with your next step.:)


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6 minutes ago, matadoro2 said:

It all seems so easy when he does it and everything flows but how does a beginner to Affinity Photo know where to start?

If you could describe what you’re struggling with, perhaps someone here will be able to give you some pointers.


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8 hours ago, matadoro2 said:

 but how does a beginner to Affinity Photo know where to start?  

As they say; learn to walk before running ;) . This stuff is considered as more advanced editing that will become easier for as you gain more experience with affinity, and editing in general.  I have been fiddling with this editing stuff for 10 years or so (40-50 years with camera) and there is still lots I cannot do or even understand.
Editing; just like photography, is a never ending journey. As soon as you feel you have finished the journey you will read about somewhere else to go. However it can pay to always ask for directions ;)

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