Many photographers are used to working with a combination of RAW and JPG images. We’ve discussed the advantages of each image format in the article RAW vs. JPG: The Eternal Struggle. This time, we’ll show you the advantages of working with photos in both formats. We’ll also discuss how the ZPS X Spring Update makes this process even easier.
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There are many ways you can edit portraits. Each photographer has a slightly different process and workflow. Still, there are several main adjustments that most photographers use. Let’s perfect some portraits using Zoner Photo Studio X and the Develop module.
The magazine Learn Photography regularly brings you inspiration and tips for developing your photographic skills. We are curious: which photo editing software is essential for your practice, and what editing techniques are indispensable? In our challenge, we chose the theme: Winter Magic.
Imagine standing in the same place at the same moment as other photographers. Why won’t your shots be identical? Because each person views the world slightly differently and strives to convey their perspective and thoughts through their photography. A photographer's personality is reflected in their photography.
The color black is formed by mixing all three primary colors together, as if it absorbs these colors. Since ancient times, the use of black in art has evoked feelings of darkness, emptiness, and even death. At the same time, it is a source of fascination because it can create indispensable contrast and depth. These qualities are among the reasons why black and white photography remains so popular after so many years.
Colorizing old photographs and videos has become very popular in today’s digital age. Watch our video and learn how to breathe new life into your photos using colorization in Zoner Photo Studio X.
Stretching from the sunny beaches of the Andaman Coast to the rugged mountains that many consider the foothills of the Himalayas, Thailand is home to over 40,000 vibrant Buddhist temples. Daily life takes place on the streets, making the cities pulse with life far more than anywhere else in the world.
Have you ever seen a photograph that completely captivates you and even inspires you to travel? For Honza Musil, that photo was of the sacred Tibetan mountain Minya Gangkar. And that's exactly where we'll go on our next photography journey to China.