There are things in this world you can always depend on. Like the release of the ZPS X Spring Update every year! Join us for a look at the new features we’ve prepared for you. This time around we’ve empowered you to adapt the program to your needs, we’ve swept up a bit inside the modules, and we’ve sped up previews.
Every light source has its own temperature. There’s a big difference between the sun and an incandescent bulb. The human eye and brain can join forces to convince us that whites are white under every light, but a camera needs to be told. How?
You don’t need to go anywhere else to have your favorite images printed on photo paper. With Zoner Photo Studio X, you can edit your photos and order prints directly in the program from the comfort of your own home. We’ll tell you how to prepare your photos for printing and how to order prints in ZPS X.
After uploading a photograph in RAW, you open it using your photo editing software only to discover that the colors are displayed incorrectly. Or, you receive a notification saying that the image format is not supported. These are some problems you may run into with RAW files. The solution is simple – download the Adobe DNG Converter and connect it with Zoner Photo Studio.
You may have already heard of them: Our Ambassadors. For us, they’re heroes and good friends of Zoner Photo Studio. Naming them all in just one paragraph wouldn’t do justice to any of them—but you may already know Zdeňka aka Foto Povolen and Kevin Bruseby. Zdeňka has already done a few ZPS X tutorials and she masters its Editor module! And Kevin shoots lovely lake-filled landscape panoramas both inside and outside his native Sweden. We’re open to every photographic genre. You’ll encounter our heroes in many places—and we’re confident there are many more talents out there. Speak up, and we might pick you!
Zoner Photo Studio X autumn update: New export dialogue, content-aware collage, 1:1 previews and much more
In autumn update Zoner Photo Studio X brings multiple new features and improvements. You can look forward to new export, Content-aware collage, high quality 1:1 preview and redesigned Color management.
We all want to have beautiful photos. From there, creating your own personal editing style is a natural step when you’re a beginning photographer. But if you dive into editing head first, you can end up landing somewhere that you didn’t want to be. How can you tell when an edit is too much?