Affinity Photo Macros For Photographers
Don't waste time editing. Take creative shortcuts using Macros
Everyday photographers are struggling to find time to edit their photos. Even though you might find the time to edit some of your photos, remembering the specific techniques to get the best result, is challenging if you don’t use each particular post-processing techniques each day.
If you are like most photographers, you want to use a professional and proven method to edit your photos. You might google a tutorial for how to add a specific look to your photos using Affinity Photo or google how to use Affinity Photo to enhance details in your image or help you add contrast like a professional photographer. And you might find a method that works for you.
But, do you know what the most shocking part of it is?
It’s that even though you spend a lot of time finding and learning complicated post-processing techniques if you don’t use them almost every day, you will forget them and have to find the tutorial again and spend the time to apply each step again and again.
It’s very time-consuming googling and trying out different methods. You might find a technique that works for you. And that’s all very good.
Even if you know a particular post-processing technique by heart, it often involves a lot of steps and clicks that you have to do in a specific order to get the result, for every single image. Does it sound familiar?
Don’t worry. Before long, wasting your time fumbling around in Affinity Photo is over.
To stop from wasting your time, I have created the Affinity Photo Macro Package, which allows you to apply professional post-processing techniques in Affinity Photo with just a single click. Say goodbye to using mental energy to remember specific post-processing methods. Goodbye to performing the same steps over and over again to achieve a particular look.
Until now, photographers wanting easier job post-processing their images in Affinity Photo have been on their own in having to find the best techniques for themselves and applying them step by step for each image. However, with the Affinity Photo Macros for Photographers, you can now get more time to chase your dream shot and less time trying to remember many commonly used techniques for processing images.
What’s included in Affinity Photo Macros for Photographers pack?
In this Affinity Photo Macro Pack designed specifically with photographers in mind, you get unique 26 macros, that helps you get the most out of Affinity Photo.
These Affinity Photo macros will help you go from raw, unedited photos from the camera to amazing in no time.
The Affinity Macros for Photographers are designed to help you achieve both the everyday tasks you do again and again in Affinity and special tasks, that are difficult to remember because you only use them occasionally.
The Affinity macros/actions are fully adjustable and transparent in letting you see, what they do.
Many of the macros enable you to change the effect strength. Double click on the layers generated by the macros to modify the settings, so it fits your particular image. However, the ‘hard work’ of doing a number of specific things in a particular order has been taken care of with these macros that can help all photographers using Affinity Photo to speed up their workflow.
Take a look at what’s included in the Affinity Photo Macro Package:
The Dodge and Burn Layer gives you the possibility to burn and dodge your image in a non-destructive way. Run the macro and choose a brush suitable for darkening or brightening specific areas in your image. With the Dodge and Burn Layer selected, choose white and paint on the areas you want to brighten. Choose a black color for the brush to darken areas. If the effect is too strong, just turn down the opacity of the brush. Usually, between 12-20% brush opacity gives you a nice subtle darkening or brightening effect to your image.
This Affinity Photo macro utilizes a high-pass filter, which is usually used for sharpening, to dodge and burn. It will help bring out details by focusing on much larger details than you would normally use for sharpening. Running the macro will give you black mask where you just need to brush over the areas where you want to dodge and burn. The brush already activated and ready for you to sweep over your image where you want extra highlights or shadows. Use the brush opacity to control the strength of the effect.
You don’t need to switch between a separate dodge and burn tool as the high pass filter will automatically darken and brighten when you use the brush. For a more subtle effect, change the blend mode of the layer to Soft Light. The default setting is Vivid Light. Alternatively, you can also lower or raise the opacity of the layer to decrease or increase the effect.
This macro increases the visible details in the image along with the contrast. If you find that it is too much, just lower the opacity of the Structure & Contrast layer.
The Detail Enhancer uses an inverted surface blur filter to bring forth the hidden details in the image. After running the macro, select the mask on the Detail Extractor Brush layer and paint on it with a white brush on the areas where you want more details. You can adjust the effect by changing the opacity of the brush.
The Pro Contrast Affinity macro adjusts the shadows, highlights, and mid-tones separately, by using luminosity selections. After running the macro, you can modify the contrast curves to fit your image.
Click on this macro to create a layer mask that detects the edges in your photo. The layer is set to invisible as a default because you would normally no display this layer. However, if you click CMD (Mac) / CTRL (Win) + left click on the layer thumbnail Affinity Photo will create a selection where only the edges are selected. You can use this for various precise modification, like sharpening that only affects the edges in your photo. When you run the macro you get the option to change the Edge Radius. You will get the best results if you keep this below 5 px.
Adds local contrast to your image
"Preset Like" Look & Styles Macros
Create Lomo style images with blurred edges and cross-processing and soft focus.
Add a trendy retro effect to images with a single click. Both the Lomo and Retro effects are very often used on photos on social media websites.
These Affinity Photo macros simulate typical movie coloring. It uses cool blue/green tones in the shades, while the brighter areas get a warmer, orange look. The effect makes persons stand out more because of the complementary color relation used in the toning. The macro uses a curves adjustment layer in Affinity Photo to achieve the effect.
Give your fall images a color boost with the Fall Foliage Effect macro. The macro will create a hue adjustment layer, that targets specific fall colors to increase the saturation. In addition, it adds a high pass filter for increased sharpening. To adjust the strength of the colors double click the thumbnail for the hue adjustment layer and modify the settings.
This macro simulates using a golden reflector at the scene. It creates a live lighting adjustment layer. Double click it to adjust the light diffusion, direction, and strength.
Add a dreamy, soft, fantasy-look to your images with this Affinity macro. The Orton effect is achieved by blending a sharp image with an “out of focus” version of the same image. Per default, it is applied to the whole image, but I suggest that you apply it selectively by using the mask the macro creates.
This macro is usually great with sunrise shots. It boosts the yellow and red colors a bit. Furthermore, it increases the vibrance, clarity, sharpness and contrast. Finally, it also adds a very subtle vignette. Everything non-destructively and you can modify each adjustment layers and live filters the macro generates.
This Affinity macro converts your image to black and white and adds a little Sephia tone to it.
Add a faded vintage look to your focus. Nice and easy without effort.
Get a soft look with pastel colors (less contrasty, than usual).
You also get three different Black and White Affinity Photo Macros, helping you to quickly get a toned image, or a high constrast black and white look. They are called:
A bleach bypass inspired look, that results in a slightly desaturated photo, that still has a good amount of contrast.
Adds a desaturated look to your photo.
A pleasing pastel colored look, with just one click.
Add a warm yellow toning to your images with a simple click.
Enhance colors with this vibrant look
Installed and works wonderful. Very time saving. What I really enjoy is if I’m not happy with the results, you can change it back very easily.
Thank you so much!!
David Hansen, United States
I love the macros. Very beneficial as I transition to Affinity from Photoshop. Make more please!!! The actions are what I miss most!
I appreciate the videos course as well. I’m sure they will make this transition easier also. Thank you!
Angella Watson, United States
Wow these macros are excellent they have given a novice like me a boost in confidence and fired up my creativity
Jon Wheelahan, Australia
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Batch Process Entire Folders of Photos With Affinity Photo Macros
All of our macros are compatible with batch processing in Affinity Photo. If you want to give a lot of photos the same look, you can use the inbuilt batch processing feature of Affinity Photo, and select one or several macros to include on as many images as you like in one process.
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