What software do you use to edit your photos? This is probably one of the most commonly discussed topics among photographers. What makes Zoner Photo Studio X stand out from other photo editing software on the market? Read on to learn the 7 reasons why Zoner Photo Studio X is the clear choice for photo editing software.
Retouching is no longer just removing skin blemishes. With increasingly advanced tools that use frequency separation, you can enhance portraits more easily and effectively than ever before. You can adjust skin tones without losing texture or diminish wrinkles without altering skin color.
Photographers tend to focus on the eyes in portrait photography and the importance of hair is often underestimated. While the eyes are very important, we can’t forget about the other parts of a portrait. Let’s take a look at how to retouch the hair and enhance your portrait photography.
Photo editing is an integral part of digital photography. If you're just getting started, be extra careful with your editing. Even though some adjustments may seem like a great idea, the opposite may be true. Let's focus on what you should watch for when editing your photos.
Haze, fog, and smoke are frequent tools for creativity. But there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. Too much haze, and your photo loses contrast... and is basically left with nothing left to see. Luckily, you can often remove or reduce haze in post-processing, and it’s not even hard to do.
With fall’s arrival, social media is stocked full of photos with Halloween costumes, spooky masks, and themed photoshoots. A classic pet photoshoot is a great opportunity to showcase the vibrant fall scenery. However, there is a way to make something more out of this enchanting time and, at the same time, have a great time with your furry friend!
The histogram is a graph that shows the light and color values of an image. It also gives us information about an image’s Exposure. The left side of the horizontal axis of the Histogram contains information about the darkest areas of the image, while the brightest areas are on the right. The vertical axis indicates the extent to which these areas appear in the photo.
Torn, bent, yellowed, and faded. Old photographs are just like that. But fortunately, you can save them and restore their original look and colors. It takes just a few steps—scanning the old photos, cropping them and adjusting contrast, and then retouching them.
Having the right skin tone is key for portrait photography. But it often turns out that bad light or color reflections from your subject’s surroundings have given their skin an unhealthy look. You don’t have to throw these photos away, however. You can solve this problem easily using tone curves in Zoner Photo Studio. We’ll show you how.