Surely you’ve seen a photo like this before—a night view of a big road in the city, full of light trails from passing cars. It looks like a very long exposure was used. But was it? There’s an alternative approach you can take that gives better control over the results.
File for month: 6 / 2017
In the summer it’s time to head out to the water, no matter whether that means the sea, a pond, or a wading pool. But water’s also good for something else—playing with composition. So let’s go over some tips for taking advantage of reflections on water surfaces.
Do you ever get the feeling that some of your photos just don’t have enough detail, leaving you wondering how best to add more? Try out the Clarity feature in Zoner Photo Studio X. It’s an effective way to give your pictures more punch without having to change their overall contrast.
Macro photography is one of those genres where equipment really matters. Even in ordinary photography, it’s all about light, and in macro photography that goes double, especially when it comes to light diffusion.
Zoner Photo Studio is the ideal tool for shrinking your photos—no matter whether it’s just one, or hundreds at once. The dimensions of photos from modern cameras are often bigger than you need, and by shrinking them, you can save disk space or speed up your work with sending and sharing photos.
If you don’t live by the sea, every seaside visit is interesting and full of photo opportunities. Any beach photo will do as a souvenir, but what if you want to hone your abilities and get better pictures? Then take a look at these inspiring examples and tips to try on your next vacation.
Pictures taken from the same spot in the same light conditions often can receive the same edits. But editing each picture separately can be demanding, especially when you need to give each picture the same values. That’s why there is a much faster way—batch editing the photos.
Need to watermark some pictures? No matter whether you’ll be marking them with pictures or text, Zoner Photo Studio is here to help.
In our age of digital photographs, you can snap as many pictures as you’d like. So it’s easy to take several pictures in a row to get a higher chance of getting at least one that’s usable. However, you then face a demanding task—picking the best photo out of all these similar ones. But Multi-selections make it easy.