Group photos are the sort of thing that can seem easy at first. You round people up into one place, you say “cheese!”, and you shoot ten pictures. But then back home on your computer, you learn that every shot has someone with their eyes closed. What do you do? You can’t retake the picture, and yet you also can’t send off a wedding picture where a third of the family is “sleeping.” Well, in Zoner Photo Studio X, you can re-open those sleepers’ eyes. We’ll show you how.
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Touching up your photos at least a little is always useful, no matter whether you’re working with RAW or JPG. In this installment of our series, we’ll take a look at some basic editing options in the Develop module. We’ll also show you some tips and tricks to make your editing go faster.
How do photographers get impressive pictures that are full of attractive colors? Some of them shift certain hues, while others suppress them. However you go about it, creating pictures that look like they’re from a movie or from another, the prettier reality isn’t hard at all. You can change a photo’s colors in Zoner Photo Studio just a few clicks. And that’s true no matter whether you want to change just one object in a photo or shift colors throughout it. We’ll show you how to get started.
There are many photo accessories out there to help you work faster and get flashy effects. But most of them are expensive. Fortunately, solutions exist for replacing these expensive tools cheaply. Learn to create your own photo tent or diffuser, and you’ll never have to buy expensive product photography gear again. And that’s not all. Check out our series of tricks for getting great photos while saving money.
Concert photography is among the more demanding genres, but it’s also among the more rewarding ones. It takes a little practice, but bringing great photos back from a concert in addition to a great musical experience means twice the joy. And I want you to have that joy, so I’ll be showing you a few tricks for taking great concert photos.
In this part of our series on photography gear, we’ll be looking at the ideal kit for photographing landscapes. We’ll show you what kind of combination of body, lens, and accessories to choose to get the best results. We’ll also advise you on which gear to choose and what’s good to keep in mind.
Besides just taking pictures, most phones and cameras can shoot video too. After all, some moments are best caught in motion. But even individual video clips may not capture the whole story, and so it’s better to create a single video that says it all. Luckily, that’s easy to do in Zoner Photo Studio X. You’ll find that its new and improved features here make cutting and editing videos a snap.
Many photographers work best when they can approach pairs of RAW + JPG photo files like one file. We've gone over the pluses and minuses of these two formats in our article on RAW vs. JPG. Now we’ll show you the ins, outs, and benefits of working with both formats together—and how the spring update has made that easier.
Who wouldn’t want to lose 30 pounds in 5 minutes or get a pain-free nose job? We can’t help you with that in the real world, but in photos, you can whip up just about anything you want in Zoner Photo Studio X. Try the Liquify and Facial Features tools introduced in the spring update and learn how to enhance faces and bodies.
Slow work with RAW is a thing of the past. This spring’s update to Zoner Photo Studio X will save you hours and hours. Zoner Photo Studio X is introducing a new Fast Preview feature for easier photo sorting and browsing. And for faster editing, there’s the new Smart RAW as well. Both of these features will make your work with photos noticeably faster, so it’s worth discovering how to work with them. Read on and find out.