Latest Articles in the Category Advanced Edits:
Refine Selection: The Easier Way to Work With Hair, Fur, and Other Complex Outlines
Sometimes you want to change the background behind a person, animal, or other subject with a complicated outline… or to change that subject itself. The Refine Selection feature in Zoner Photo Studio will save you lots of time when you’re selecting flowers, people, or anything else with a complex outline.
Assembling Macro Photography Using Layers
The main disadvantage of macro shots is their low depth of field. Everyone recommends a tight aperture, but in practice even that won’t get you really sharp macro. But there’s another option—taking multiple shots at varying depths and joining them on a computer.
Open New Doors in Photo Editing with Blending Modes
Blending modes are an often-overlooked tool for photo edits. And that’s a shame! Check them out, because they can offer you countless new edits that will give you very original pictures.
My First Mask: Your Guide to Layer Masks in Zoner Photo Studio
Masks are among the most important tools for advanced photo editing, and yet many photographers have no idea they exist, causing extra work for themselves. Would you like to avoid this extra work? Read on.
Add a Bloom Effect to Lights in Your Pictures
Today’s cameras are so technically advanced that pictures have lost the atmosphere that lenses once provided. One way to give them some charisma is through clever use of a blurring effect.
Learn the Basics of Layers
Intuitively you probably have a general idea of what layers are for—but can you work with them well? If you’re not sure, then read on to learn the basics and read practical tips for their everyday use.
How to Remove an Object Against a Background in Perspective
Photo editors have some quite powerful tools available for removing objects from photos—for example the clone stamp and healing brush.
How to Apply Gradient Filters to Your Photos on a Computer
The Gradient Filter tool is generally used to darken or desaturate the top portion of a photo—the sky. It basically copies the effects of the physical gradient filters that you can place on a lens. In the new ZPS X, this simple feature is enhanced with some new possibilities, opening it up for new uses.
6 Reasons to Use Layers in Your Photo Editing
Many people consider layers to be something complicated that an ordinary person can’t even understand. But they’re really something very simple that will help you and make your work easier on even the simplest jobs. Let’s go make layers a part of your work too!