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Hello.

Is there any "apply image" function in AP similar to PS CC's own "apply image"?

I want to use it for "apply one channel of N layer to current selected mask", or "apply one channel to another channel for RGB mixing - with different opacity and blend modes", etc.

It's one of my most used functions in PS CC.  I use it almost daily in the winter when it's dark outside, just to give blue channel better SNR by replacing whole or part of the noisy blue channel.

Thanks

Aleksander

 

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Yeah, this function is there somewhere...

I’m away from my Win-laptop & iMac, but it should be pretty easy to find under filters...

I’ll be back to tell you more later...

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Just now, ErrkaPetti said:

Yeah, this function is there somewhere...

I’m away from my Win-laptop & iMac, but it should be pretty easy to find under filters...

I’ll be back to tell you more later...

I found one, but It's not close to what I need or know from before :/ I just wonder if I missed something or if there's another one similar to Adobe's PS CC "Apply image".

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I’m pretty sure you can make a similar Apply Image in Affinity Photo just like you do/did in Photoshop...

If you read a little about this function in Help, what does it say?

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Affinity Photos Apply Image may not exactly be the same as Photoshops, but, if Serif named it that way you can take it for granted that it will do e job...

The Problem is that Serif don’t wanna be copying the exact GUI that Adobe use...

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On 7/24/2019 at 1:29 AM, ErrkaPetti said:

Look here @atefoto

 

Thanks, and sorry for late answer..

I'll have a look at it and reply tomorrow or so :)

Cheers

Aleksander

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