Nearly all of us want to print our photos every now and then. But printing photos isn’t always completely simple—especially if you need to get multiple photos on to one page. And yet there are several ways to solve this problem.
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Old manual lenses are popular because they capture interesting details, beautiful bokeh, and for the retro look they imprint on their images. But which retro lens should you choose for your digital camera? It’s easy to get lost in the sheer number of offerings. Save yourself some time – we’ve gathered some tips for you for some tried and true retro lenses suitable for various genres. Whether you’re into portrait, landscape, macro, or street photography, we’ll help find the right lens for you.
After already looking at the theory and some examples of color grading as seen in film production, we now focus on the practice. We’ll show you how you can easily create various color tint combinations in Zoner Photo Studio X, recharging your portrait and landscape photography. Specifically, we’ll demonstrate how to create the popular Teal & Orange look. We’ll go through each edit step-by-step so you can skillfully do it with your own photographs.
The Moon is a captivating subject. However, photos with the Moon alone are all very similar. This celestial body shines (pun intended) when you add other objects to the image, whether it’s the silhouette of the landscape or a human figure. Read about finding the right time, place, and method to shoot the Moon.
While you can upload your landscape or portrait photos to Instagram, the thumbnail will always be cropped to a square. This isn’t always ideal for photographers. If you want to avoid this, all you need to do is learn a simple trick. Add a border to your photo to avoid cropping. In Zoner Photo Studio X you’re able to prepare your photo immediately for sharing, whether it’s for yourself or for a client.
Emphasizing the subject. That’s the main goal people have when they use the Radial Filter. But it actually has many other uses too—for things from editing just a selected part of a picture to adding color effects. Join us for a look at 5 common edits where the Radial Filter will help.
Gradient Filter functions are generally used for darkening or coloring the top of a photo—usually the sky. They basically replace a physical gradient filter that you’d place over your camera’s lens. But the Gradient Filter in ZPS X is also highly customizable and offers lots of creative opportunities.
A high-quality lens is an investment. If you are looking for cheaper, yet unique optics, a solution for you may be an older, manual lens. While you’ll have to give up the luxury of autofocus and flawless detail, you’ll get photographs with a lovely, vintage feel. Read about the advantages of older lenses and how to mount them on modern digital cameras.
You might find that a photo has a tilted horizon or converging lines that should be parallel. Don’t despair! You don’t need to delete these photos, just straighten them using Zoner Photo Studio.