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Using Affinity Photo on the iPad

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In the two years since its launch, Affinity Photo has taken the world by storm. It has proved to be a fully-fledged image editor that rivals (and in many areas outdoes) Photoshop, with a price tag of only $49. Now the people behind it have launched a mobile version, Affinity Photo for iPad. The iPad version provides far more power and sophistication than we?re used to seeing in a mobile application, and is very much like using the desktop version. That said, it does have hefty overhead requirements: it will work on an iPad Pro or the very latest iPads, but nothing more than a year or so old. If you have an Apple Pencil, all the better. This walkthrough can do no more than scratch the surface of this vast, supremely capable app, but it should give you an idea of what to expect. Open your image Photo can open images from your camera roll, of course, as well as images from iCloud and Dropbox. If you don’t know what all the buttons and icons are for, holding the question mark icon at the bottom right pops up explanatory labels. Quick selection The first task is to select the figure, [...]

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Date: Jul 17, 2017   


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