Basic Edits

Integrating Zoner Photo Studio X with the Adobe DNG Converter

After uploading a RAW photo, you open it in your photo editing software only to discover that the colors are displayed incorrectly. Or, you receive an error message saying the image format is not supported. These are a few problems you can run into when using RAW files. Zoner Photo Studio X offers custom camera and lens profiles. However, in some cases, you may still need the Adobe DNG Converter. Integrating the DNG Converter with Zoner Photo Studio X is quick and easy.

Edit My Photo: Fine-Tuning Night Photography

A great photo can still have issues due to camera equipment limitations. In this article, we’ll learn how to fine-tune these types of shots to perfection. Sometimes, all you need to do is remove digital noise or issues caused by a longer shutter speed or wide-open aperture. Or, do adjustments that put your own unique stamp on the photo. Even subtle adjustments can make a big difference.

How To Remove Skin Glare from Photos

Noticeable skin glare in portraits can be a pain. Skin glare can often be removed during the photoshoot using makeup or powder, but it may not be enough, or you may simply forget to watch out for it. Some glare can be forgiven, but you’ll want to remove most skin glare in post-production. Luckily, it is not a very complicated process.

Blending Modes 2.0

The options available for photo editing today are so sophisticated that you must get creative when coming up with new and interesting adjustments for your photography. Figuring out what to do with a photo can often be more complicated than the editing process itself. This is one of the reasons we’ve written this article. You’ll find some unique adjustments for your photography using a tool that is not very commonly used, despite its great potential. Let’s check out some tips for using blending modes in Zoner Photo Studio X.

Tips and Tricks for Editing the Eyes to Make Them Pop

The first thing we notice when we look at a person is their eyes. They convey emotion and sparkle when they catch the light. On the other hand, they are a dead giveaway when you’re feeling tired. The eyes are an important aspect that should not be overlooked when shooting a portrait. It’s important to know how to photograph the eyes correctly. We’ll also show you the steps for enhancing the eyes to make them pop.

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