Latest Articles in the Category Basic Edits:
How to Crop Photos
Cropping tools are among the simplest and most widely-used photo editing tools. You can use them to improve composition, adjust ratios of sides for printing, or get rid of unwanted objects around the edges of a picture.
Learn to Get Great Pictures With White Balance
The color white can be a problem in photography. Few cameras are able to capture it the same way that we see it. Fortunately, ZPS X can help you with white balance in just a few clicks. Literally.
6 Ways to Give Your Photos More Contrast
Zoner Photo Studio offers lots of ways to fine-tune exposure, brightness, and contrast in your photos. And here we’ll be looking at contrast, because nobody’s got time to look at washed-out photos.
Learn to Use Selections—Your Key to Precision Edits
Do you ever look at a photo and decide you’d like to edit just a part of it? Maybe darken the sky, blur the background, or change the color of some object in it? The selection tools will help.
Non-destructive Edits Save You Time and Disk Space
Non-destructive edits are edits that don’t destroy your original picture file. They keep you from having to take care of two separate versions of a picture—one edited, the other not. In short, they make editing work with large collections faster and easier to manage overall.
5+1 Ridiculously Easy Edits for Better Photos
Practically every digital photographer has to do edits sometimes. And meanwhile, you only need a few simple edits to take your pictures to the next level. Below we’ll be showing you several of them.
Put an End to Red Eye!
There may not be a single photographer out there who hasn’t struggled with red eye. This unpleasant problem happens when a camera’s flash is reflected in the retina of an eye. It’s most often seen in photos taken using a compact camera with a flash. But why does it happen, and how can you remove this defect in a photo editor?
How to Fix Crooked Photos
Sometimes your pictures can end up with a tilted horizon or oddly-leaning objects that are supposed to be standing straight up. But don’t despair—you don’t have to delete photos like these. Just straighten them in a photo editor.
Vignetting—An Issue and a Blessing
Practically every photo is vignetted at least a little. Sometimes you want this, other times you don’t. But either way it’s not a curse, because there are tools for suppressing vignetting—or even adding it. Do you know how and when to use them?