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12 Comments on Affinity Photo – Photoshop Alternative for £49?

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  2. Visualizador de perfil privado

    It’s difficult to find educated people for this topic, but you seem like you know what you’re talking
    about! Thanks


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  4. Giorgos Boutos

    Nice article but a think you are a bit wrong when saying:

    ” The only drawback is that it offers absolutely no way of tweaking the output. Photoshop lets you see the various layers and tweak the layer masks ”

    Pls take a look at this video and tell me, if we talk about the same thing, because my english are not
    so good..

    Thank you in advance!

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  8. Medhyps.Com

    There doesn t seem to be a way to set white balance when processing raw files. Do you know what white balance is used?

  9. Helge Skogh

    very useful and informative! many thanks!
    I used to use Photoshop for high school and college, but I definitely hate that there is a monthly subscription. I did so much research to find a cheaper alternative to Photoshop and I came across Affinity Photo.
    I am glad I switched and I don’t really miss Photoshop. Affinity photo is stable, easy to use and by a fraction of the cost. It works well with my XPPen Deco Mini7 drawing tablet.

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