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Taught By: James Ritson
Duration: Self-Paced
Description: Watch tutorial and quick tip videos for the fastest, smoothest and most precise creative software Basics, Advanced ,Corrective & Retouching, Creative Tools ,Filters & Adjustments ,Export Persona, Workflows & Techniques
Prerequisite: No prior knowledge is required
Taught By: Robin Whalley
Duration: Self-Paced
Description: If you’re new to Affinity Photo and want to learn how to use it, start here. Making Sense of Affinity Photo Desktop,Introducing the Develop Persona,Deep Dive into the Develop Persona & RAW Converter,Master Using Layers & Filters,Luminosity Masks Made Easy,Export Persona Features You Don’t Know
Prerequisite: No prior knowledge is needed
Taught By: miguelboto
Duration: Self-Paced
Description: Affinity In-house video tutorials are created and published by the Affinity Documentation Team. These videos can also be accessed from the Affinity website, Affinity Vimeo Channel, Affinity Forums (In-house Video Tutorials | Affinity Photo Beginners videos | Example editing/workflow videos) and on Apple TV (Affinity TV app). There’s a free trial available in case you want to experiment with your own images while following along the videos. The Beginners Series is tailored to absolute beginners, with a more manageable pacing and focus on concepts and straightforward procedures. This set has been subtitled (UK English). There's also practise files available for download at the bottom of the respective section. The Windows Workflow section aims to demonstrate Affinity Photo's feature set and, hopefully, help viewers understand how the tools and features they're accustomed to using in other software can translate to Photo's implementations.
Prerequisite: No prior knowledge is required
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