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How to Golden Hour with Affinity Photo beta 103

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Hello everyone !
I have some work to do and really want to process it with Affinity exclusively, almost 50% of the project requires me to understand and apply the Golden hour.
if there are filters or tone map or even a simple settings please help me understand that and apply.

Blessings !


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MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010) - 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo - 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3 - VIDIA GeForce 320M 256 MB

MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6  - Affinity Designer + Affinity Photo + Affinity Publisher + Snagit 2019 + Camtasia 2018 + Movavi Video Editor Business 15

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The position of the sun is lower, so long shadow and more red in the light because of the langer travel time of the sunlight. This tenders  to more red.  This is a good explination: 

The color temperature of daylight varies with the time of day. It tends to be around 2,000 K shortly after sunrise or before sunset, around 3,500 K during "golden hour", and around 5,500 K during midday. The color temperature can also change significantly with altitudelatitude, and weather.

The colortemperature varies during the day. 

 

 

 

 

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You can set different monitor "temparuters" in the osx-preferences. Or use the small free-tool FLUX for doing this smarter!


OSX 10.13.5  / iMac Retina 27" / AMD Radeon R9 M380 / Metall: on!

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Well that"s too much calculations and work arround.
in my next video tuto i think i will show how to easily make ... but i will use another software, which ... something i'm not really fan of doing but !!!
BTW thanks for the help !


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MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6  - Affinity Designer + Affinity Photo + Affinity Publisher + Snagit 2019 + Camtasia 2018 + Movavi Video Editor Business 15

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