Affinity Photo 1.9 and Luminar 4 have different perspectives on photo editing. The first aims to provide advanced tools for adjusting and fine-tuning each aspect of your photos. The second embraces Artificial Intelligence (AI) and aims to provide automatic tools for fast and efficient editing without too much human intervention. Both of them claim to be the one and only photo editor a photographer needs.
Do you find it difficult to advance in macro photography? Maybe one of these mistakes to avoid in macro photography is holding you back from becoming a better macro photographer. Don’t Stick With Capturing Insect or Flowers From Top Down This is, of course, not a general rule. It is … Read more
Affinity Photo includes exquisite text tools because at some point any photographer needs them. You may think a photographer’s job starts and ends with taking amazing pictures but you’d be wrong. Photographers have to know how and where to publish their photos, how to protect copyright, how to promote themselves on social media channels, and how to maintain the audience interested. In order to do all that, you need to know how to work with text
Are you hesitant to dive into macro photography because it seems too difficult to get started? Or have you already made your first attempts of close up or macro photography only to find the resulting picture looking blurry, poorly lit or otherwise dissatisfactory? … Read moreTop 15 Tips for Macro Photography
High contrast scenes are the bane of digital photography. Even though cameras are continually improving. Capturing high contrast scenes often requires merging several exposures into a single image using a HDR tool like the inbuilt Affinity Photo HDR Merge tool. If you’ve ever tried capturing the bright sky against a … Read more
In this article, we will dig into the which advanced photo editor, you should choose: Photoshop vs Affinity Photo. It is not a direct head to head comparing of the two applications though. We will look more on what you would miss if you were to switch from Photoshop to Affinity Photo. I think this is where most photographers are. Can we manage with having “just” Affinity Photo, and not Photoshop?