In our autumn update for 2020, we’ve worked hard on enhancing the popular Create module. We’ve unified the controls for creating photo products, and we’ve added some new tricks too. Additionally, you can order several photo products at once and pay shipping only once. Check out everything new you can look forward to in the Create module.
Even though it’s just been a couple of weeks since the big spring update to Zoner Photo Studio X, we’re bringing you a whole new bundle of improvements! This time around, we’ve focused on our tool for creating a popular photo product—photo books. In the latest version of ZPS X, you can create photo books much more quickly and conveniently and can freely have even several of them in progress at once. You can newly also order books in premium HD quality. Read up on what’s new.
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.
In product photography, you’ll often have to use a different background for a shoot than you’ll use for the final picture. Either the “real” picture would be complicated to take, or you don’t even know what the background will be. The solution is to crop the product, erase the background, and add a new one in its place. Just these few steps can give you your dream product photos.
Embellish your home with a print of a family photo, preserve your vacation memories in a stylish photo book, or maybe surprise Grandma with a calendar of photos of her grandchild.
A photo tent—also frequently called a light tent—is an essential aid for every photographer interested in good-quality product photography, for their own purposes or commercially. Speaking of commercially, there is a wide range of photo tents and accessories you can purchase.
In previous articles we looked at tips and recommendations for photographing products against white backgrounds and with a reflection in the background. The most difficult product photography of all is when you’re working with highly reflective objects or glass. So let’s take a look at how to make these look great.