12-28-2018, 09:41 PM
(12-28-2018, 08:57 PM)JJ_SO Wrote: Of course. It just depends how deep you want to dive into the complex and powerful, but sometimes complicated functionalities. Or how much you grew into PS.
I like to use Affinity Photo for focus stacking, panoramas and more complex repairs (flare, dust, unwanted parts of background), otherwise Pixelmator is working rather well. Most adjustments I like to do non-destructive, either in Capture One or Affinity Photo.
I will look on them as alternative of my aging photoshop.
PS my first image in this post is overlay of two pictures. One in focus and other slightly blurred. lens canon 100 macro