The redscale is another interesting photographic effect that traditionally was achieved with film by loading and exposing it on the opposite side. Let’s see how to achieve the redscale with Affinity Photo.
On the way back from Chile to Argentina, after crossing the Andes mountains and when there are only some hills left, you’ll find this magnificent view as you cross the river Blanco, in the Potrerillos town.
Going down some very curvy roads, I shot this small stream of water amidst the greatness of the Andes mountain range.
The sun finally sets with a splash of colors at around 8:30 pm in Totoralillo, a beautiful chilean beach.
Before the MLKJr weekend ends, I wanted to remember this great man recalling the historic area in his honor.
The bleach bypass is a widely used photographic effect to process traditional film. Let’s recreate bleach bypass in Affinity Photo using its adjustment layers.
I jumped on a photography challenge of posting an image every week for 52 weeks until the end of the year and this is the first one. The theme of the first week of the photography challenge was “Look ahead”. This was taken with the Fujifilm X-T2 and the 35mm f2 R WR lens during […]
The Nik Collection is a series of photography filters, each one specialized in a certain task: analog effects, HDR, sharpening and so on. Let’s see how we can easily install and use them in Affinity Photo.
The WordCamp US conference took place last Dec 1, 2 and 3 in Nashville, the city of music. Here are a few sights of this fantastic community event.
I’ve been trying some photo editors recently, some free, others paid through the demo and I’m really liking Affinity Photo. It has a natural workflow and some nice intuitive tools to enhance images.