Advanced Edits 0

Editing Product Photos: How to Deal With Cropping, Retouching, and Light

11. September 2019

The goal of product photography is to set up a scene, lights, and the object you’re photographing to minimize the number of adjustments needed. Despite this, situations can arise when you’re photographing e.g. an art composition or an individual product and you want to make your final picture look even better. Zoner Photo Studio can handle edits like these easily. We’ll teach you the most common and important ones.

Foundations of Portrait Composition Part - portrait of a girl with tree sticks and flowers in her hair Composition 0

Foundations of Portrait Composition Part I: Framing Your Model

10. September 2019

It doesn’t matter whether you’re taking your pictures with an expensive camera or an old phone. In portraits, the same rule of composition will always apply. And your portraits will look a lot better if you stick to them. Rules are made to be broken, of course, but before you break them, you should know them. So let’s take a look at the basic ones. As you’ll see, knowing them can dramatically improve your pictures.

Basic Edits 0

Guides for Editing Your Vacation Photos: How I Edited 3 Slovenian Landscape Shots

05. September 2019

A land full of mountains, waterfalls, lakes, rapids, gorgeous villages, and beautiful cities. You’ll even find a bit of the sea. Slovenia is a literal paradise for photographers, and doubly so for landscape photographers. I chose three photos that I’ll be using to show you how a landscape editing process can look. And I’ll also give you a few tips on where to go in Slovenia to get great pictures.

Interviews 0

Jan Svatoš the “Photographing Director”: Film Fascinates Me; Digital Steals No Souls, But Eats Time

20. August 2019

Jan Svatoš is a successful director of documentaries, and he’s earned a number of awards for them. But he also has no shortage of passion and talent in photography. He carries traditional analog gear with him on the road, and he won’t hear an ill word about it. Read on for our inspiring interview where he reveals what photography means for him and how he views it.

Interviews 0

Milan Kubín: I Don’t Photograph Motorcycle Races for the Adrenaline. What’s Important Is to Capture the Energy.

07. August 2019

Milan Kubín’s specialty as a photographer and editor is motorcycle races. He’s already shot pictures at the world’s most important races, and he’s among the best in his field. Top-rate motorcycle race photography brings with it a major dose of danger, as well as the need to work precisely and react swiftly to events on the track. How does he handle these challenges, and what does road-racing photography actually mean for him? You’ll find out in this interview.