Latest Articles in the Category Basic Edits:
4 Ways to Revive a Washed-out Photo
What do you do if you’ve brought back beautiful photographic memories from your vacation, but they don’t look at all as lively and colorful on your computer as you remember them? If you need to add some shine to washed-out photos, try these four easy techniques for enlivening colors that are too pale.
5 Classic Edits to Liven up Your Landscape Photos
Just about all of us shoot when we’re on the road. But the pictures that experienced photographers post on the Internet look a little different. Their exceptional shot locations definitely help, but their final looks actually owe a lot overall to computer edits. And meanwhile, these are rarely complicated tricks. In this article, you’ll find several common workflows that you too can use on your photos.
3 Ways That Sharpening Can Improve Any Photo
Many people think that tools for sharpening a photo on a computer are only useful when a botched shot has left the photo blurry. And they’re certainly useful then. But there are also other, more important cases where sharpening should be used. In fact, you should use it on practically every picture. Wondering why? Then read on.
Amazing Sky Photos in 3 Short Steps
The sky is among the most interesting and rewarding photographic subjects. There’s something new to discover every time—a unique sunset, fluffy clouds, or stormy thunderheads and thunderbolts. There’s always something to see and something to snap. And editing sky photos on a computer can be fun as well. Be creative and try for example editing a red summer sky in Zoner Photo Studio.
6 Ways to Rescue Underexposed Photos
Sometimes photos don’t turn out the way you hoped. Underexposure is a common mistake, one that can happen for example because you were hurrying to press the trigger and didn’t stop to check your settings, or because you used automatic settings when shooting against the light. One way or the other, you’ve got a dark photo. But fortunately, you can brighten it after!
The Batch Filter
Batch edits are one way to quickly fix a large number of pictures. You can use them to automate series of several steps and thus save yourself a lot of time spent editing similar pictures.
How to Create HDR Photographs in a Few Easy Steps
Creating HDR images is quite easy—you just lay the source photos down on top of each other (or get some software to do it for you). And the results from HDR can be surprising. So in this article we’ll be taking a look at how to create and edit HDR images using Zoner Photo Studio.
Restoring White Snow in Your Pictures
Learn to make the snow white again in your winter pics and to repair their exposure, just like we’ve done in today’s sample picture.
How to Use Curves to Adjust Image Exposure
The Curves tool is a hugely important tool for photo editing. Though complex at first glance, it’s simple after that. Soon proves itself a powerful tool for a wide range of uses. Use it to fine-tune contrast, brighten or darken a picture, highlight low-visibility objects shot against the light, and more.