7 Things Photoshop MUST Learn From Affinity Photo!

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Is Photoshop still the king? In this video, let’s explore seven significant features that Adobe misses out on in comparison to Affinity Photo. With real-world examples, we will discuss the challenges with certain functions in Photoshop, and how Affinity Photo has a better solution for the same.

Even with many advantages, Affinity Photo has its flaws and so, we’ll touch upon why Photoshop is still a premium offering. I hope you enjoy this video. Thank you so much for watching 🙂

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23 thoughts on “7 Things Photoshop MUST Learn From Affinity Photo!

  • March 7, 2022 at 20:09
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    It's getting to a point though, with the full capabilities and the fact that a full version of Affinity, available for iPad vs the version of Photoshop, that we are seeing where the student will soon be surpassing the teacher.

  • March 7, 2022 at 20:09
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    Good to see this take, people are too often biased by anti Adobe or anti subscription or non-pros complaining about cost. Use what you want, but "gets the job done" isn't a good mantra for professionals, we want the best tools for the job, that allow us to do what we need.

  • March 7, 2022 at 20:09
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    I used to be a Photoshop and Adobe die-hard, since the early 90's, but since the release of the Affinity products, I'm totally converted to Affinity (price tag alone makes it a no-brainer). If you get all three apps (Photo, Designer, and Publisher) you can also take advantage of their "Studio" workflow, which lets you work with Designer and Photo elements without having to open them, while you are working in Publisher. I find Affinity apps to have a much more intuitive workflow and for several tasks are noticeably faster than the Adobe counterparts.

    A note on your reference to the icon differences — If you don't like the color icons you can switch to monochromatic ones in the preferences.

  • March 7, 2022 at 20:09
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    As an Affinity user I really like using it. The load times are better (IMO) and many of the things I use it for are a bit easier on Affinity. The glaring problem with Affinity for me has always been color selection. Making a selection by color is basically non existent in Affinity. The Affinity message boards have pointed this out but so far no serious update has been made. So whenever I do compositing, when selecting a subject, it has to be Photoshop because not being able to use color selection to isolate the subject is painstaking work.

  • March 7, 2022 at 20:09
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    And, please Umesh, tell Adobe, that they should set the Spacing in the Brush Settings panel not to 25% but to 1% – it is never wished by anyone to have a default brush that splatters.

  • March 7, 2022 at 20:09
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    I'm pretty sure everybody would agree that we need more Affinity videos.
    (I'm not even a user, but I'm impressed)

  • March 7, 2022 at 20:09
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    90% of PS gimmicks are never used by designers. Yes, when you retouch nonstop images PS has some advantages. I can leave totally without Adobe and their subscription rip-off.

  • March 7, 2022 at 20:09
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    I am an Affinity package user and I love your tutorials that are almopst always compatible with the Affinity environment. What convinced me to leave Adobe was their subscription system. And after a few years I'm glad that I don't feel any need to go back to their applications anymore.

  • March 7, 2022 at 20:09
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    This is really good, I mean those all features it provides are nice. But the question is, can we really shift to affinity as a professional artist or a creator like you and me?

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