25+ Affinity Photo for iPad beginner’s tips!

Why is Affinity Photo my favorite app for the iPad? Watch these 25+ tips to see what this desktop class app is capable of doing. $19.99 on App Store: iPad Pro:

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20 Comments on 25+ Affinity Photo for iPad beginner’s tips!

  1. Another very useful and informative video Jeff, thank you ! – Always like how in depth & detailed you present your video and the subject your covering – Awesome .

  2. And this is where an iPad Pro begins to replace a laptop for me. Other things need to happen but I hope this is a trend

  3. The only issue with affinity is that iOS doesn’t support the transfer of raw photos via iCloud they all turn into .jpg (unless they have fixed this which I doubt). If you are going to be using raw photos you’ll have to go through a couple extra steps to use them on affinity. It pretty much easier to just use Lightroom unless you want to be limited to the .jpg

  4. Looks like a great app. I especially like the different export options and number of functions. But it’s not a desktop-class app unless it supports custom image/color presets. Does it?

  5. I have an iPad 2017 (5th Generation) which doesn`t work with an Apple Pencil. Should I also consider buying the App?

  6. Thanks Jeff, I started using Affinity because none of the other programs I use were prepared to make a mobile version. I now use Lightroom mobile in conjunction with Affinity .I only use it for photo editing at this stage ,so have only scratched the surface ,of what this app is capable of.Their tutorials are the most understandable of any I have come across .

  7. I’ve owned / used Pixelmator (iPad and desktop) for quite sometime and find that it meets most of my needs. This said I’ve heard a lot of hype of late regarding Affinity. In a nutshell, why should I uninstall Pixelmator and proceed with purchasing this app?

  8. Impressive app, I see a lot of thought went into designing the UI. Would this be a good app for desktop publishing or web design? Apple Pencil support?

  9. As already been pointed out – at least for professionals with larger files it’s a problem to share files only via cloud. I’d have one question. You’ve mentioned exporting using Airdrop. Is it possible to share the affinity photo file in the same way? To your Mac? That would be awesome. I’d like to use the iPad for retouching and sketching in my large files for posters et cetera, which can be easily >1GB in file size. Thx – als for your quick tips!

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