After just a month of beta testing, Affinity Photo for Windows has officially launched. The solid photoshop alternative, which has already enjoyed quite a bit of success on Mac, is now feature-complete and has even added the ability to edit 360-degree photos with its latest update.

With the full release, Affinity Photo is ticking up to version 1.5, which, in addition to 360-degree photo editing, includes some other notable features. Here's a look:

  • Macros to record and replay a set of commands
  • Advanced HDR merge producing deep unbounded 32-bit images
  • A full tone mapping workspace for both HDR and LDR images
  • Focus stacking to achieve large depth of field from multiple images
  • Full batch processing to process large folders of images in one go
  • An all-new way to edit 360 degree images
  • Direct PSD write-back
  • 32-bit editing including OpenEXR import & export
  • Automatic lens corrections based on profiles of thousands of lens & body combinations

To celebrate the launch, Affinity Photo for Windows is available on sale for $40 through December 22. Following the sale period, the app will move up to its normal price tag of $50. If you're interested in giving it a shot, you can grab Affinity Photo at the official website now.

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