Latest Articles in the Category Basic Edits:
Make Your Photo Editing Easier. Use Batch Edits in Develop
Pictures taken from the same spot in the same light conditions often can receive the same edits. But editing each picture separately can be demanding, especially when you need to give each picture the same values. That’s why there is a much faster way—batch editing the photos.
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.