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.
In both Affinity Photo and Photoshop, there are a lot of different ways you can create a vignette. You can use the radial gradient tool, use a dodge and burning approach or use the marquee tool. However, the most straightforward … Read more
Switching from Photoshop to Affinity Photo can be a little daunting experience when you first think of it. However, the transition is easier than you think and well worth it. If you are using Nik Collection Plugins, you might wonder whether … Read more
With Affinity Photo 1.5 came the support for macros, which is the same as actions are in Photoshop. To ease the transition, and the workflow for those who also want to reap the benefits of using Affinity Photo, I … Read more