We’re finding it hard to believe that Affinity Photo is now a year old … for a toddler, it’s certainly taken some giant steps!
It feels like no time at all since we were nervously launching Affinity Photo into the Mac App Store, anxiously waiting to see whether anybody would be interested in our image editing app…
Since then, we’re proud that our bouncing baby has won all kinds of awards. Affinity Photo was selected by Apple as their Best App of 2015 and has been the #1 selling photography app on the Mac App Store.
What’s more, we’ve received fantastic feedback from the professional photography community.
Of course it’s been a 12-month period where we’ve never rested on our laurels; pushing out four updates to Affinity Photo already, including hundreds of improvements and some big new features (all free to customers who’ve bought the app).
We are celebrating with 20% off!
One of the ways we are celebrating is by giving those of you who haven’t purchased Affinity Photo yet the chance to get it with a 20% discount for the next two weeks.
That means until July 21st 2016, Affinity Photo will be available at the fantastic price of £29.99 / $39.99 / €39.99 from the Mac App Store. Don’t forget that’s the only price you pay – there’s no subscription and free updates.
Get your FREE Concept Tools PRO brushes from DAUB
This FREE raster brush set, containing 16 brushes created for concept artwork, has been created especially to celebrate Affinity Photo’s first birthday by Paolo Limoncello from DAUB.
You can also use this brush set in Affinity Designer too – follow the link below to get your set today and then read on for instructions on how to get them into Affinity.
How to import the DAUB Concept Tools Pro brush set
To use these brushes in Affinity Photo and/or Affinity Designer, simply download them using the link above and follow these instructions:
- Drag the DAUB_DAUB Concept Tools PRO.afbrushes to Affinity Photo or Affinity Designer.
- Use the Import Brushes… function found in the Brushes Panel in either Affinity Photo or Affinity Designer.
Important note: If you are using the Affinity Designer for Windows beta, this is currently the only way to import brushes.
You will see this dialog box when your brushes are successfully installed:
Important note: If you import these brushes into Affinity Designer, they will only be available in the Pixel Persona.
We hope you enjoy them and would love to see what you create with these brushes in the usual places!