Latest Articles in the Category Advanced Edits:
Correct Optical Lens Defects in RAW
Camera lenses can suffer from a variety of lens defects. Fortunately, most of these can be suppressed somewhat via computer edits. And this kind of post-processing becomes a lot easier when you shoot RAW.
The Art of Noise
There are plenty of photography websites that will tell you how to improve a picture by removing noise. But this article will tell you how to improve a picture by adding it. Noise can improve a picture for various reasons, but today we’ll stick to one technical reason. As photographers we’ve all learned to fear…
Basic Portrait Retouching in Zoner
Nobody’s perfect—even in pictures. Until you retouch them! That’s why Zoner Photo Studio offers a number of tools and ways to make an “imperfect” model look almost perfect. In this article we’ll tell you what to retouch, how to do it, and what to use.
A Beginner’s Introduction to Color Management
Color is the language of photography, but sometimes it needs a translator.
Three Steps to Protect Your Photo Privacy
For many of us, photography is a distinctly public affair. With so many social networks competing for our attention and always-connected phones making uploading a breeze, it’s never been easier to show off your pics.
What You Need to Know About Layers When Editing Your Photos
In the world of photo editing software, a “layer” often means different things to different programs. If you’ve been staying up nights wondering about layers, please, find something more important to worry about. But if you’re curious about what they are and how to use them to your advantage in Zoner Photo Studio, read on.
5 Steps to Selective Desaturation
One of the great advantages of digital photography is that experiments cost nothing but your time. One common experiment, though it’s more at home in graphic design than purely in the art of photography, is partial decoloring of a photo. Today we’ll take a look at how to do that.
Making digital photographs look like they have various artifacts from the era of classical film is getting more and more popular. We are flooded with images every day, making it harder and harder to grab attention with pictures. Nostalgic techniques attempt to catch interest via a trip back into history.
Create Your Own Dreamlike Photos
There are a number of ways to give pictures a dreamlike atmosphere. Among them is the “Orton Effect,” which helps you give pictures one-of-a-kind atmosphere in just a few simple steps.