Have you ever wondered how to build your own LUT for video editing? It's actually quite easy. If you're not familiar with color grading or correcting, a Lookup Table is a file that converts colors in an image based on a mathematical formula. Its especially useful if you have a large batch or a whole project to apply the same color grading to. Use LUTs with any of your favorite editing programs (Photoshop, Lightroom, Afinity Photo, Premier, Final Cut, DaVinci Resolve, etc… you get the picture).
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App: Affinity Photo (mac OS & iOS)
Live Training Session 1108
At some point, you'll want to share your images with the world. But do you get them out of Affinity Photo? This video explains it all, including moving your master .afphoto file back to iCloud.
Live Training Session 1013
How exciting can exporting be? When it comes to Affinity Photo on macOS, it turns out… very. The features in here are amazing, especially to web and graphic designers.
Live Training Session 1107
Let's get GOOey! With Affinity Photo you can liquify an image, which can actually be far more useful than it sounds! Scale eyes to match, add a hint of a smile, and a whole lot more.
Live Training Session 1012
Why would you liquify a photo, short of GOOing up your kid's or dog's face? It turns out there's some pretty powerful stuff you can do when your image turns to silly putty.
Live Training Session 1106
Stacking allows a multitude of options, including one we didn't see before in the macOS video — noise removal! This technique can take your high-ISO photos to a noise-fee nirvana.
Live Training Session 1011
Stacking a sequence of photos of the same scene offers incredible opportunities, such as simulating long exposures, automatic people removal, the creation of star trails, and more!
Live Training Session 1105
Assembling panoramas on your iPad is easy with Affinity Photo, and it has nearly every feature available on the macOS side as well!
Live Training Session 1010
Affinity Photo features an impressive Panorama tool which not only automatically merges complex scenes, but allows you to easily fix errors in the seams.
Live Training Session 1104
You can focus stack in Affinity Photo on macOS and even on iOS… but is one of the most important features missing from the iOS version?