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The Essential Guide to Back Button Focus

Do your photos turn out to be out of focus? Or do you experience trouble with focus shifting when you press the shutter button? In this article, you will learn how to use back button focus on your camera. This will help you to nail focus where you want to and avoid a lot of…

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How to Sharpen Your Photos in Affinity Photo and Nik Collection for Optimal Results?

Sharpening is one of the hardest post-processing steps to understand for many photographers. There are several pitfalls and obstacles to overcome in order to take your sharpening skills to a professional level. When should you sharpen, to get the best result? How does the output media affect the sharpening process? Is there any room for…

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How To Use The Histogram To Capture Better Photos

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: 25 Techniques All Photographers Should Master Use The Histogram And Avoid Coming…

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Just Launched: Affinity Photo Video Course

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…

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Add Contrast Like a PRO using Affinity Photo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrouJYVOvuE In 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…

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Affinity Photo: Working With Masks

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. What Are…

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