Join Steve Caplin for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Rectangular Marquee tool, part of Affinity Photo Essential Training.
- The Marquee tool makes rectangular selections.…A shortcut for this is "M."…And to make a selection, you click the one corner,…drag the tool, then release the mouse button…in the opposite corner.…If you then move the cursor over your selection,…you can move the selection around.…And because we have the Marquee tool selected,…rather than the Move tool,…we're moving the selection area,…and not the contents of that selection.…
If you hold the Shift key down while drawing,…it constrains the shape to a perfect square.…Next, we'll look at how we can combine…selections to select all of these window panes.…
- Using Affinity Photo's raw controls
- Applying lens correction
- Removing chromatic aberration and fringing
- Reducing noise and sharpening photos
- Making and modifying selections in Affinity Photo
- Creating layer masks
- Making global adjustments
- Adjusting shadows and highlights
- Enhancing color
- Converting to black and white
- Applying standard and live filters
- Creating photomontages in Affinity Photo
- Working with image stacks
- Distorting images
- Exporting photos from Affinity Photo
Skill Level Beginner
1. Using the Raw Controls
2. Using Selection Tools
3. Advanced Selection Tools
4. Using Adjustments
5. Working with Filters
6. Creating Photomontages
7. Distortion and Special Effects
Distorting with Mesh Warp2m 18s
8. Text and Graphics
9. Exporting Images
Using the Export Persona2m 37s
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