How do photographers get impressive pictures that are full of attractive colors? Some of them shift certain hues, while others suppress them. However you go about it, creating pictures that look like they’re from a movie or from another, the prettier reality isn’t hard at all. You can change a photo’s colors in Zoner Photo Studio just a few clicks. And that’s true no matter whether you want to change just one object in a photo or shift colors throughout it. We’ll show you how to get started.
Have you ever taken a photo that just doesn’t shine? We’ve got a few tips for you on how to fix that and draw all eyes to your subject. Not only will you give your photos the right spark, but they’ll also have a better, more aesthetic composition.
The Spring Update to the all-in-one photo editing and management software Zoner Photo Studio X significantly speeds up workflow with RAW files provides effective management of RAW + JPEG files, presents Face-aware Liquify with facial recognition thanks to A.I. and enhances the recently added video editor.
We all take pictures that are too dark sometimes. Underexposure is a common mistake that happens when you’re in a hurry while pressing the trigger or you don’t have time to change settings, or you use automatic settings while shooting against the light.
In our last infographic, we described the difference between an umbrella, a softbox, and a beauty dish. So this time around, we’ll focus on where to position your artificial light. Now that you’ve got your equipment, you need to also keep in mind how to use it. Let’s take a look at a few traditional and very useful ways to position your lighting in portrait photography.
They say that photography is really painting with light. And so besides mastering their camera, any truly professional photographer will also know their way around work with light. What foundation do they use when choosing their artificial lighting, and what sort of pictures does it get them?
Creating the perfect picture is often a matter of luck. But you can use selection tools to create your own luck. In Zoner Photo Studio X, there’s nothing easier than using one or more of these tools to select just the part of a picture that you want to edit.
What do you do when you want to gorgeously document the look of your shot location, but the weather just isn’t there? One thing you can do is to replace the sky during post-production. This is a creative technique where you take advantage of work with layers. You’ll need both your original photograph and one with a more interesting sky. Ideally they both should have been shot at the same focal length. And what do you do after that?