During photo editing, it’s sometimes necessary to focus on specific objects. For this purpose, we have tools for local adjustments: Brush, Gradient, and Circular filter. And with the arrival of
We often associate a dark mood and almost horror-like edits with photos from abandoned urban places—urbex photos. But that doesn’t have to be a rule. The edits that you make to your urbex photos can also be entirely different.
Need to watermark some pictures? No matter whether you’ll be marking them with pictures or text, Zoner Photo Studio is here to help.
Vacation time is drawing rapidly nearer. You’re surely looking forward to many new experiences and moments that you’ll want to preserve. But if you don’t want to come back home with a huge pile of photos and then throw away three quarters of them, get inspired by our tips on what to photograph and how.
When you’re taking pictures outdoors, sometimes you’ll run into a composition that’s great except for a few things that are in the way. Usually some signs of civilization. Electricity wires, trash, and other visual pollution are guaranteed to ruin the impression from an otherwise good photo. But with the right edits, you can solve this problem easily. Take a look at how to do this basic retouching.
Jana Kupčáková’s photography regularly appears in exhibits and art festivals around the world, including in New York and Paris. She focuses on humanistic themes, especially in her street photography. Her photographs capture everyday stories from ordinary life and the details that surround us. She is one of the main guest presenters on street photography at the Prague Photo Show.
A shallow depth of field and blurred background give pictures that extra something, especially for portraits. It adds an element of elegance and can help get rid of unwanted details in the background. Most mobile phones can blur your photo with the press of a button, but the quality is not on par with professional cameras. We’ll show you how to get a blurred background using Zoner Photo Studio X.
Winter is ending and spring is coming. This transition period is filled unpredictable weather. Do you need to weather the storm for a month or two, or should you hunt for some interesting pre-spring photography?