The word “glamour” invokes beauty, allure, and charisma. Boudoir photography shows us the world of a woman in an intimate setting. Both boudoir and glamour photography can be easily confused, especially for beginners. In this interview, we spoke about the topic of glamour photography with Zoner Photo Studio X ambassador Tereza Buchalová. Tereza also shares how she edits her photos before submitting them to her clients.
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.
Zoner Photo Studio X’s regular update is here! There is plenty to look forward to, including noticeably faster editing, enhanced tools for working with exposure, new noise reduction, more convenient video editing, and plenty of new features in Zonerama. And that’s not all! Read on to see what’s new.
This is truly a strong year for Zoner Photo Studio X as this is the second time a very influential association, The Expert Imaging and Sound Association, has recognized the merits of the program and thus another award heads to the Czech Republic based company.
Horror photographer Peter Murín: Masks are the incognito, the mysterious. I shape precisely the expression I desire.
He started with horror make-up, but over time he created a unique signature through his terrifying handmade masks. Slovak photographer Peter Murín has seen all kinds of reactions to his odd hobby, from recommending the psych ward to sending passages from the Holy Writ. But that didn’t scare him, so today he can pride himself on photos in many magazines and customers all the way to the USA.
A prestigious award from the TIPA World Awards is making its way to Brno, Czech Republic! Zoner Photo Studio X stood out among the global competition to earn a TIPA World Award for Best Imaging Software.
Today, seeing a female photographer on the street, camera in hand, is something we all take for granted. However, it wasn’t always this way. Just one hundred years ago, a female photographer in public would draw attention to herself or be looked down upon. The role of women was completely different in the more patriarchal society of the time. For this reason, we have tremendous admiration for these trail-blazing artists that were able to break through societal barriers and amaze the world with their work.
You may already own a polarizing filter or are considering buying one. Perhaps you’re considering a neutral-density (ND) filter too. But won’t changing out each filter and worrying about different lens sizes be a huge hassle? A creative solution to this is the universal Revoring. The Revoring combines both filters in one.
When he’s not on a mountain climbing expedition or tracking wildlife in their natural habitat, you’ll find him “hunting” for the right shot in the forest. Adam Simandel dedicates himself to a relatively nontraditional genre of photography – hunting photography. As he himself admits, he’s almost always one misstep away from danger. Despite that, he surprisingly compares hunting photography to wedding photography. Take a look at his intriguing images and allow yourself to be pulled into his story. Whether you call Adam adventurous or just plain crazy, one thing is for sure – there’s no place for boredom in his life.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a more dangerous and precarious genre of photography than war photography. The photographer often goes so far as to risk their own life for their work. You may ask yourself why these photographers go to such lengths and what good may come of it. A rather poignant response is given by one of the most compelling war photographers of all time, James Nachtwey: “I have been a witness, and these pictures are my testimony. The events I have recorded should not be forgotten and must not be repeated.” This response is simultaneously a strong appeal for humanism that can be found in the work of many photographers who work in combat zones.