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Hi all, to accompany the 1.8 updates for the Affinity apps, I'm going to be releasing one tutorial video a day on YouTube—all videos are already available on the website here: https://affinity.serif.com/tutorials/photo/desktop

I'll be updating this thread for every new video released. Hope you find them useful! Here's the first:


Affinity Photo Video Tutorials - Affinity Photo for iPad Tutorials

Looking for a manual/documentation? Check affinity.help for online help!

@JamesR_Affinity for tutorial sneak peeks and more

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Hi again, today we've got another video:

Enjoy! There will be a break for the weekend then the videos will start rolling on Monday again...


Affinity Photo Video Tutorials - Affinity Photo for iPad Tutorials

Looking for a manual/documentation? Check affinity.help for online help!

@JamesR_Affinity for tutorial sneak peeks and more

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3 hours ago, Patrick Connor said:

All the new videos are with our translators to have Portuguese subtitles written right now, so a week or so I would say

Thanks a Lot, Patrick!

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2 hours ago, James Ritson said:

Brush modifier (keyboard and mouse)

Thanks for your always very well-made videos! These additions are a good idea – but they (like already the older interactive brush controls) are all hooked up with a 100%  mouse input centric mindset. I just tried the feature out with a Cintiq 27 pen display. Only by trying several times in a row, I managed to at all enter the advanced stroke controls. It requires me to hold Alt, touch the glass (LMB) and at the same time hold down a key (RMB) on my pen and to hope, that everything registers. After that I was practically locked inside pen rotation mode.

It might somehow be possible to map some keyboard-button or one of the precious brush keys to RMB and LMB pressed at the same time. Then again I know that this can get done better and it's demonstrated in various other graphics applications I use. You guys are completely missing out by not supporting all features of the Wacom driver properly...

Having to actually touch the screen with the brush (→ LMB) in order to change its width, falloff or anything else feels just awfully wrong: Imagine you were standing in front of an easel, had a broad colour-loaded brush in your hand and you want to switch over to a small brush. What Affinity apps require you to do is press that fat brush onto the canvas while pressing your ear lobe and hoping for the best. When everything works well and all events register, the fat brush doesn't leave any traces, but transforms to the desired small brush.

This really all would not have to happen, if you supported Hover-Click, as – sorry – everyone else. This option lets you change all demonstrated brush properties, while hovering over the display / tablet. Hover-Click is pretty close to a analog mixing palette. Nearby, offers all options, but no danger involved – as some safety-distance is kept. I sure wrote 3 feature requests on how interactive brush manipulation could get enhanced. Realizing that nobody reads this and takes a note – and seeing that developer resources are wasted to create further implementations that are foreseeably useless with the best input devices in the  market is not particularly attractive.

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@James Ritson macOS users would appreciate a tutorial covering specific actions necessary to edit Apple Photos using  AP, the processes to open Apple Photos, Edit In AP, and Save changes to Apple Photos.  What will work and what will not work.  What are the expectation or limitations to Save changes and re-edit in AP..  I would appreciate your consideration to address the problems posted in numerous threads concerning this issue.  Thank you, your tutorials are appreciated. 


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On 6/5/2019 at 7:34 PM, James Ritson said:

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Official Affinity Photo Desktop Tutorials

We've got a brand new set of tutorials that follow a more structured approach and are sorted into logical categories. You can access them by following this link:

https://affinity.serif.com/tutorials/photo/desktop

Please note that the previous thread is now considered legacy and has been unpinned. The videos linked in the thread are also considered legacy—they will remain accessible (albeit unlisted) but ultimately my goal is to produce suitable replacements over time using the new studio setup with live mixing and picture-in-picture. There's been a clear increase in quality of teaching and production values since Affinity Photo was first released back in 2015, and we hope to continue this moving forward.

The videos listed at the above link are hosted on Vimeo. Alternatively, please find a list below with YouTube links:

Basics

Advanced

Corrective & Retouching

Creative Tools

Filters & Adjustments

Export Persona

Workflows & Techniques

 

Hope you find them useful!
James

thank you James, very useful but the tutorial about managing plug-in is not clear for me

 

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