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.
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 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.
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?
Haze, fog, and smoke are frequent tools for creativity. But there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. Too much haze, and your photo loses contrast... and is basically left with nothing left to see. Luckily, you can often remove or reduce haze in post-processing, and it’s not even hard to do.
Digital photo processing opens up huge possibilities—everyone is free to edit photos to match their taste and their mood of the day. But this freedom can sometimes tie you up by leaving you with so many variants that you can’t even choose among them. Or at least, I know it happens to me—all the time.