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It is now possible to get the popular Affinity Photo Macros together with my new Affinity Photo Workflow Video Course. When you buy these together, you automatically get a 20% discount, compared to buying them separately. So if you seek to get the most out of Affinity Photo, you should check out the Affinity Photo Macro and Video Bundle. Affinity Photo Macros for Photographers will take the workload off processing your images in Affinity Photo. If you are unsure, what macros are, they are equal to actions are in Photoshop. Macros can speed up your workflow and give you great

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Posted on September 17, 2018 by Peter Dam in Affinity Photo, Articles, News

Note: You can find a free histogram cheat sheet at the bottom of this article, but you can also download the histogram cheat sheet as a PDF for future reference here: Download a PDF with the Histogram Cheat Sheet + a FREE e-book with 8 techniques that improve your photography skills Use The Histogram And Avoid Coming Home With Badly Exposed Photos It took a long time before I understood how to use the strange multicolored Everest like peaks that my camera displayed on the rear LCD screen. My first idea was how do I turn this damn histogram display off, but then again I decided to

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Posted on September 06, 2018 by Peter Dam in Articles, Photography

A lot of photographers want to have a powerful photo editor, but also don't want to be tied up with an expensive subscription plan, that comes with Photoshop. For this Affinity Photo is a great choice, as it comes with but a low price tag, but with the flexibility and power that Photoshop is famous for. However, taken on a powerful photo editing application like Affinity Photo, can be a bit daunting for some. Therefore I have created a video course with training material for those who are just starting out with Affinity Photo or those who think about getting a more professional

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Posted on August 20, 2018 by Peter Dam in Affinity Photo, Articles, News

Great news for those of us who love to use Nik Collection as part of a professional photo editing workflow. In December DxO acquired the Nik Collection software from Google and now they have launched an update. It is mainly bug fixes and an update to ensure that it is compatible with the latest versions of Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Photoshop Elements. With the update, you will also get support if needed to get the plugins to work. This is something that has been missing for the last year or two since Google decided to stop developing and updating the plugins. With a new life to

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Posted on June 22, 2018 by Peter Dam in Articles, Nik Collection

Taking on a powerful photo editing app like Affinity Photo can be quite a handful, especially when you open Affinity Photo for the first time. Even though you might have used it for some time, there might still be doubt or confusion about certain features. If you still haven't downloaded Affinity Photo, you can do it here. Use These 14 Affinity Photo Tips To Get Started In this article, you will get 14 quick tips on how to get started with Affinity Photo. Hopefully, this will help you get a grip on some of the features or concepts in the Affinity Photo. There is of course more to

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Posted on June 15, 2018 by Peter Dam in Affinity Photo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrouJYVOvuEIn the video above, I will show you how you can add contrast to your images in different ways using Affinity Photo, right from a simple contrast adjustment to a more professional way of adding contrast to your images. You can also use the method if you are using Photoshop, with just a little modification.We will be using an image that I captured on my trip to New Zealand. I captured it a little downstream from McClean’s Fall in the Catlins Conservation Park.As usual, when you capture images in Raw-format, they come out a bit flat. So, I want to

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Posted on March 22, 2018 by Peter Dam in Affinity Photo, Articles

Location: Hooker Valley, Aoraki Mount Cook, Canterbury, South Island - New ZealandPrint code: PD00103-LEEdition size:  Only 60 prints available.Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Matte (210 gsm) Buy this Limited Edition Print About the PhotoAt the end of the Hooker Valley track, you are met with the stunning views of Mt. Cook as the backdrop with small floating icebergs in the glacier lake. It is a 1½ hour walk from the campground, so I started out at 4.30 AM, to get there, when the light was soft and beautiful. The day before I did a scounting trip to this spot to look at the

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Posted on March 06, 2018 by Peter Dam in Limited Editions

Location: Mildford Sound, Fiordland, South Island - New ZealandPrint code: PD00102-LEEdition size:  Only 60 prints available.Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Matte (210 gsm) Buy this Limited Edition Print About the PhotoI guess everybody, who know just a little bit about New Zealand, will undoubtably have heard about Milford Sound, which is truly one of the most amazing places in the world, if you are there when all crowds have disappeared or have not left the bed yet. I was lucky to spend four days in Milford Sound.  Each morning I went to the shorefront to enjoy the

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Posted on February 27, 2018 by Peter Dam in Limited Editions

Location: Hokitika Gorge, Westcoast, South Island - New ZealandPrint code: PD00101-LEEdition size:  Only 60 prints available.Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Matte (210 gsm) Buy this Limited Edition Print About the PhotoSandflies seem to be a natural ingredient of landscape photography on the West Coast of New Zealand.  None the less, you don't get to extraordinary places without losing a little bit of blood and sweat. Hokitika Gorge is an extraordinary place to be at the break of dawn when the only sounds are the from the birds beginning their morning concert and from the

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Posted on February 20, 2018 by Peter Dam in Limited Editions

Using layer masks in Affinity Photo is a powerful way to combine parts of several images into a single image or to limit the effect of adjustment layers and filters to only affect part of your image. Layer masks are nondestructive. This means that you can modify them at any stage of your post-processing workflow. (more…)

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Posted on October 05, 2017 by Peter Dam in Affinity Photo, Articles