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Affinity Photo 101 - The Beginner's Guide.
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Which of these is NOT a brush property?
How do you control the visibility of a layer?
The eye to the left of the layer name.
The checkbox to the left of the layer name.
The checkbox to the right of the layer name.
The eye to the right of the layer name.
Where do you find additional floating panels?
Window > Studio
Window > Other
Window > Extras
Window > Panels
To even out lighting, you apply a blur to parts of which Frequency Separation layer?
When painting a mask, what color lets you non-destructively erase?
What liquify tool locks an area so it can’t be pushed around?
What’s the extension used for native Affinity Photo files?
Is an adjustment layer destructive or non-destructive?
Can Affinity Photo show separate windows rather than everything together?
Yes, it’s called Separated Mode.
No, you have to keep everything together.
What adjustment brush should you use to re-evaluate the selected area in Refine Edges?
What’s the name of the bonus shape tool?
What format includes transparency and is widely readable on the web?
How do you change settings on a layer effect?
Click on the name of the effect in the layer effects dialog.
Click on the checkbox next to the name of the effect in the layer effects dialog.
Double-click anywhere in the layer effects dialog.
What stacking mode removes changeable areas?
Can you have multiple light sources in the Lighting filter?
No, just one.
Do filter layers always adjust everything below them, or can they adjust a single layer?
Only a single layer at a time.
Filter layers can adjust either everything below, or their parent layer.
Use a smart object.
Always the whole image.
What’s a good way to describe the workflow Affinity Photo encourages?
Which tool lets you paint with a brush to select an area?
Flood Selection tool.
Flood Fill tool.
Selection Brush tool.
Magic Wand tool.
Which key do you use to resample the clone source?
Why should you shoot raw?
Better highlight and shadow detail recovery, and better quality overall.
To save space on your drive.
Because it makes me feel like a professional.
The files are bigger.
Affinity Photo 101
The Beginner's Guide
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