This Christmas, make it easier for the kids in your family to hand out the gifts. Create your own tags with both names and photos. Then even the youngest children, who haven’t learned to read yet, will have the joy of handing out the gifts and finding their own.
One photo. Two different edits. Two completely different final pictures. If you hand the same RAW file to two photographers, things can go really far—even this far. And that’s exactly what we’ve done with one landscape photo. Take a look at what they’ve done with it.
Photographers generally use multi-exposures to create HDR photos; these serve to darken overly bright skies or brighten dark landscapes. But multi-exposures can be used for much more than just that. Like cloning any objects you want. You just have to place them into your scene and take your series of source photos. And then join it all into one picture. Let’s take a look at how.
For your subject to interest your viewers, they have to be able to find their bearings in your photo quickly and simply. And the right composition will help. There are several ways you can use composition to lead people’s eyes. Here are 3 of them.
The universal photo manager and editor Zoner Photo Studio X is increasing the capacity of the basic plan for Zoner Photo Cloud storage from 5 GB to 20 GB.
Sometimes in order for your subject to catch your audience’s attention, you need to emphasize it. Ideally right during the shot. There are lots of ways to tackle this problem. One of them is to utilize contrast.