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RGB and LRGB compositing with Affinity Photo

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This tutorial by Nik Szymanek focuses on RGB and LRGB compositing with Affinity Photo
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Tutor .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Nik Szymanek
Parts .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 video
Duration .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 0h 28m
Category .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... GETTING STARTED
Tier .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Standard
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PART 1
RGB and LRGB compositing with Affinity Photo
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PART 1

RGB and LRGB compositing with Affinity Photo

Comments

Great tutorial, I have been following these and the articles in Astronomy now and Affinity is proving to be ideal for me for pre and post processing, the latest update also means I can open and edit single FITS files which has proven very useful and all at 32bit. I did buy the macro's on your recommendation and use them all the time. Overall its a great value product (I got 50% off ) and your tutorials are very helpful in getting the most out of it.

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Hi Neil.
Thanks for the positive feedback on both the Telescope Live tutorial and the Astronomy Now articles! 👍
Affinity keeps getting better and better. I've been comparing stacked files from both Affinity and PixInsight and Affinity holds up very well and is a great alternative for people starting out. And if you can get it for the 50% price it's an absolute bargain.