James Ritson, Affinity Photo expert, daily sessions
Photo Live Saturday, 18 September 2021 10:30 10:45 Selective sharpening and de-noising James Ritson welcomes you to the Photo Live stage and explores techniques for selection and masking to add some final polish to your images, and improve compression efficiency by sharpening and de-noising specific areas in this 15-minute post-production session.
Editing & Post Production Saturday, 18 September 2021 12:45 13:15 Astrophotography stacking and retouching Explore the process of stacking multiple exposures together, along with calibration frames, to produce high quality astrophotography images which can then be retouched further.
Photo Live Sunday, 19 September 2021 10:30 10:45 Unbounded linear colour format James Ritson welcomes you to the Photo Live stage and explores working in an unbounded linear colour format: tone map HDR values with just one image and see how linear compositing can help improve tone and colour in this 15-minute post-production session.
Photo Live Monday, 20 September 2021 10:30 10:45 Sky replacement and compositing James Ritson welcomes you to the Photo Live stage and explores manual retouching techniques such as refining a selection and tone matching to produce a powerful end result in this 15-minute post-production session.
Editing & Post Production Monday, 20 September 2021 12:45 13:15 Constructing your own filter effects Combine Affinity Photo’s live filters, a touch of mathematical programming and recordable macros to recreate completely non-destructive filter gallery effects and other unique results.
Photo Live Tuesday, 21 September 2021 10:30 10:45 Combining Photo and Publisher seamlessly James Ritson welcomes you to the Photo Live Stage and explores how easy it is to transfer projects from Affinity Photo over to Affinity Publisher, great for designing portfolios, prototyping web layouts and print-based workflows in this 15-minute post-production session.
Editing & Post Production Tuesday, 21 September 2021 12:00 12:30 Live Stacking: Noise reduction, exposure averaging and more Explore the premise of statistical stacking, and how you can use it to reduce noise, remove objects, tackle difficult dynamic range and simulate long exposure photography.