Affinity Photo 1.7 – Save 20%

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If you are looking for an alternative to Adobe Photoshop, Affinity Photo gets good praise. Their normal usual Windows / Mac price of $50 is on sale for $40. Their normal iPad price of $20 is on sale for $16.

Here’s just some of the new features added in our latest 1.7 update:
  • Big performance increases across Mac, Windows and iPad
  • Pen and dial support for Surface devices
  • HDR / EDR monitor support
  • At least 2x faster loading of RAW files
  • More effective noise reduction, hot pixel removal and wide color space development
  • New Sub Brushes to combine multiple brushes in a single stroke
  • Symmetry (up to 32-way) is now supported - including on-canvas controls and optional mirroring
  • On the fly nozzle rotation now available with shortcut keys
  • New “Procedural texture” and “Voronoi” filter effects
  • Live filter effects have been rewritten to improve performance
  • An all-new HSL adjustment layer has been added, supporting custom hue ranges, new UI and picker controls
  • Layers studio revamp
  • Alternate futures for document history
  • HEIF images can now be loaded, including loading of any depth map
  • Added support for 12bit and 16bit CMYK TIFF files
  • New Assets Panel available to store and drag and drop regularly used assets
  • Huge macro and batch processin
You can see a full feature list here:
Affinity Photo - Complete Feature List
 

kilofoxtrott

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Thank you Walter for the advice.
Do you know if it's available in German language too.

Kind regards
Klaus
 
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Thank you Walter for the advice.
Do you know if it's available in German language too.

Kind regards
Klaus
Klaus – according to the feature list page they do.

Languages
  • English (US and UK)
  • German
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese (Brazilian)
  • Japanese
  • Italian
  • Chinese (Simplified)
  • Russian
I own it and am considering dumping my Adobe Photography subscription. I need to spend a little more time with it to feel as comfortable as I do in Photoshop. I don't do really advanced editing in Photoshop. Capture One Pro does nearly everything I need. Only when I do really fine level pixel editing for retouching do I need a tool like this.
 

kilofoxtrott

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Klaus – according to the feature list page they do.

Languages
  • English (US and UK)
  • German
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese (Brazilian)
  • Japanese
  • Italian
  • Chinese (Simplified)
  • Russian
I own it and am considering dumping my Adobe Photography subscription. I need to spend a little more time with it to feel as comfortable as I do in Photoshop. I don't do really advanced editing in Photoshop. Capture One Pro does nearly everything I need. Only when I do really fine level pixel editing for retouching do I need a tool like this.
Thanks a lot Walter.
Seems to be a good alternative to PS.

Kind regards
Klaus
 
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Only when I do really fine level pixel editing for retouching do I need a tool like this.
Similar here. I have had it since the beta but use it sparingly because I have never been much into PS type pixel editing useful for the odd foray and at a great price.
It certainly seems to match PS feature for feature and it is a good thing to have a alternative especially one from a significant outfit such as Serif.
 
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