Vignetting, chromatic aberration, and deformations like barrel distortion. Every lens has defects like these to some degree or another. While in some pictures they may be hidden, in others they are visible. Fortunately they are easy to suppress. You just need to install the DNG converter and take advantage of LCP (and DCP) profiles.
After uploading a photograph in RAW, you open it using your photo editing software only to discover that the colors are displayed incorrectly. Or, you receive a notification saying that the image format is not supported. These are some problems you may run into with RAW files. The solution is simple – download the Adobe DNG Converter and connect it with Zoner Photo Studio.
Spring is in the air and Easter is coming! Do you want to brighten your loved ones’ day? Send them an Easter greeting card. Even better, make a customized card using your own photographs. It’s certainly a creative and unique way to delight your family and friends.
The Filter Brush allows you to edit specific areas of your photos. It is a non-destructive tool found in the Develop module. This means that the edits you perform can always be undone. Use the Filter Brush to lighten faces, emphasize important elements in your photos, fix overexposed areas, or enhance the colors in any area of your photograph.
There’s no bigger waste of time than doing identical edits to a large number of photos over and over again. Let Zoner Photo Studio X do the work for you! In the Develop module, you can copy the edits from one photo to others. On top of that, there are many keyboard shortcuts and icons that make copying edits even more efficient. Let’s see how they all work.
Almost every single photograph that is taken on your digital camera will need at least some type of editing. In just a few simple steps, you are able to take your photograph up a notch. Whether you need to lighten up an image that’s too dark, or you’re unsure how to crop a photo, this article will help you.
Photographing fog – Get a mysterious atmosphere in your photos. We’ll tell you how to get the right shots and edits
Fog lowers visibility and can cause multiple issues during photography. But it can also be a source of creativity to form a mysterious atmosphere in your photos. We’ll give you a few tips for taking photos in the fog. We’ll also show you how to use the right edits to enhance the resulting mood.
Every photographer runs into some troubles with their photos, especially when they’re just starting out. Their pictures aren’t perfectly sharp, they’re too dark, or have too much noise. No matter how much we try, there’s always something to fix. Whether the focus is off, there’s noise, or your composition isn’t perfect, you can quickly resolve these issues using Zoner Photo Studio X. We’ve selected 6 of the most common mistakes and will show you how to fix them.
Emphasizing the subject. That’s the main goal people have when they use the Radial Filter. But it actually has many other uses too—for things from editing just a selected part of a picture to adding color effects. Join us for a look at 5 common edits where the Radial Filter will help.
You might find that a photo has a tilted horizon or converging lines that should be parallel. Don’t despair! You don’t need to delete these photos, just straighten them using Zoner Photo Studio.