45 Sometimes you want to go back a few steps and dont want to have to keep hi

45 sometimes you want to go back a few steps and dont

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45. Sometimes you want to go back a few steps and don’t want to have to keep hi tting Ctrl+Z. Affinity allows you to undo several steps at once or redo several steps at once using the History Panel. Select the History Tab from the lower right corner, 46. Scroll up and down you should see all the steps you took to create your logo. One of the steps you did was duplicate the purple circle. Find the Duplicate step and click on it. Notice that everything you did AFTER making the second eye disappears. 47. Now scroll down from Duplicate till you see Transform (this is when you moved the eye down) and click on Transform, then the purple eye should reappear.
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24 48. Now scroll down to the very bottom of the history items and every step you did should reappear. 49. Use the History panel to do a more precise undo or redo than Ctrl+Z. Activity 5 360 degree images 1. Open panorama.jpg in Affinity. 2. This picture may look strange to you. It kind of looks like it was taken from a fisheye lens. The reason it looks like this is that it's a 360° image. 3. Using the View Tool (the hand icon), click down on the image and drag to the side. This just moves the whole image to the side rather than rotating your view of the image as you may have expected.
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25 4. In the Menu Bar at the top, click Layer. In the Layer menu, hover over Live Projection and then in the sub-menu, click Equirectangular Projection. 5. Now click down on the image and drag your mouse around to rotate your view of the image. Drag it around for a minute or two to get comfortable with the perspective and controls. 6. The colours are a little faded so we will apply an HSL adjustment to the image. 7. In the Adjustments panel (near the Layers Panel), add an HSL adjustment. Keep the Hue and Lightness at their default values but increase the Saturation to 70%. Close the HSL window. 8. It doesn't matter where in the picture you are looking; you should see the colours look more vibrant with this adjustment. 9. You won't be able to pan around the image now that you have been editing it. 10. Click back into the Layers panel and select the Background layer, which is the image itself. 11. At the top, under the Options Bar, you should see a button that says "Edit Live Projection". Click that to get back into the editing mode.
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26 NOTE: if you don't see this button, you can also go through the menu system to click it. It is under Layer > Live Projection > Edit Live Projection. 12. Back in the projection mode, pan around and see that the colours of the entire image have been enhanced from the HSL adjustment. 13. In the Layers panel, un-check the HSL Shift Adjustment layer to hide it. Then click it again to show it again. Notice the difference in colours as you do this at any angle on the image. 14. Hit File > Save As and save this file with the name act_5 in cs1033/lab03 . When you are finished, call the TA over to review your work from the entire lab. Remember to remove your memory stick from the lab computer!
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  • Fall '13
  • Computer file, Vector graphics, Scalable Vector Graphics, vector graphic, Options Bar, Ellipse Tool

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