In our magazine, Learn.zoner.com you can regularly find inspiration on various photography topics. We are interested in how well you can put theory into practice. In our second challenge, we
This time around, we’ll show you how to edit an autumn portrait in the Develop module. And we’ll give you the original RAW on top, so that you can try out the edit for yourself. You’ll learn to work with local edits and fine-tune a photo’s colors—and you’ll also appreciate our practical tips on how to work in the Develop module.
A seemingly unassuming feature with tremendous potential; color profiles that enhance your photos with a single click. These are "LUTs." Let's delve into how LUTs work and how to use them.
We've improved Zoner Photo Studio X to ensure that the necessary tools are even closer at hand. With the new navigation, you'll easily navigate through folders. With icons for the most common tools, you can access frequently used functions even with the hidden side panel. And as always, you can customize everything to suit your needs.
Unleash the treasure trove of new features in our Autumn Update. This time around, we've gone the extra mile to enhance the user interface, making it more intuitive than ever. We've fine-tuned and turbocharged processes to boost speed. But that's just the beginning! We've added a slew of nifty features for your cameras and local photo adjustments, and we're not done yet.
We regularly bring you interesting topics and photography tips from around the world of photography. We've decided that it's time to give you a chance to showcase your skills to the world. In our first challenge, we selected a travel-themed topic: Castles and Palaces.
Surely you’ve run into this before: you’re in a place that you want to show off through some great photos, but the weather is against you. There’s a dull gray sky with no room for creativity. You have a subject that’s interesting, but the rest is boring. In most cases you can make use of tone mapping, gradient filters and the like, but there are also cases where there’s no adjustment that can make the sky look good, and yet something does have to be done with it. There is one last resort—replacing the sky.