Affinity Photo Polygon Effect

Hi this week I have a new Tutorial for you, 3 different photos combines to create this Polygon type effect. Using the layer effects to create an effect of a silhouette with a neon glow and the Polygon added to the images and the headphones.

Affinity Photo Full Composite tutorial

Hi Everyone I have a new Tutorial live now, this is a full composite from start to finish. I use six different images and put them all together to make on single image. There is some tips and tricks for blending images and making them look like they belong in the image. I also have created a LUT for you, you can use this LUT in any of your own images. The LUT is a gorgeous minimal pastel hues and colourful photo effects for Affinity Photo.

Affinity photo Face Slice Tutorial

Hi everyone this week I show you how to do the Face Slice effect in Affinity Photo. This one is a fun Video and one that you can adapt using your imagination, we take 4 photos and put them together to achieve this face slice. I hope you enjoy the tutorial ….Mike

Affinity Photo Harry Potter Patronus Composite

Hi everyone this weeks Tutorial is a long one so you will need your popcorn lol. This is a Tutorial on creating the Patronus from Harry Potter. (I have always wanted to do this) I am using a gradient map and also the Oil painting effect to create this composite. I hope you like it,If you are not already subscribed to my Youtube channel head over and Subscribe. If you would like to support my Channel you can do these here https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MikeAffinityTut

Affinity Photo Remove Complex Object Tutorial

Hi everyone this week I am using another one of my own Photos to show you how to remove a complex object using Affinity Photo. This Photo was taken in New Zealand on the South Island. When I got to the location there was a boat tied up to the jetty. I really wanted a Photo without the boat but that was not to be. I took the Photo anyway and this weeks tutorial I am going to remove the boat and edit the Photo in B&W and create the phot that I wanted or envisioned in my head.