The digital age allows us to snap as many photos as we want. We often take several shots one right after another with the hope that one of the photos in the series will be perfect. But then comes the difficult task – choosing the best photo among many, very similar photos. Batch Selection along with the compare photos function makes this all a piece of cake.
Every photographer wonders from time to time about whether they’ve edited a photo just right, or whether e.g. different colors would suit it better instead. And now with our new Variants, you don’t have to redo your whole edit only to find that your first try was the best. Variants let you create several virtual copies of a single photo and then edit them, and only then choose the best one. Quickly, easily, and without wasting disk space.
Touching up your photos at least a little is always useful, no matter whether you’re working with RAW or JPG. In this installment of our series, we’ll take a look at some basic editing options in the Develop module. We’ll also show you some tips and tricks to make your editing go faster.
They say the Delete key is a photographer’s best friend. There might be something to that, but here we’ll show you that sorting photos don’t have to just mean erasing the bad ones. We’ll teach you tricks thanks to which you’ll never have to have disorganized photos again. But that’s not all—Zoner Photo Studio also knows how to do things like sorting your photos by GPS coordinates or keywords. You’ll learn how to put these features to good use, and soon your photos will be better organized than ever before.
This is the first article in a new series we’ve prepared for you on how to work better in Zoner Photo Studio X. You’ll learn about everything from import to backup, and from organizing to advanced edits to sharing and printing your photos. In short, everything you need for working with Zoner Photo Studio like a professional.
Duplicate photos. Something that many photographers fear. All it takes is a bit of unnecessary copying or incaution when you’re backing up or moving pictures, and you’ve got duplicates on your computer that take up disk space pointlessly. And they also make it harder to find your way around your photos. Fortunately, there’s a way to quickly find and delete them.
Finding your photos can sometimes be very difficult. Especially when they have abstract names like DSC_9237. And yet if you just rename your photos with the right tactics, you’ll never get lost in your collection again.
You know the situation: you need to find a specific photo, but it’s lost among your piles of other pictures and folders. Or you do find it, but only after spending dozens of minutes. And yet there’s a way to organize your photos using keywords so that you can find any one of them in just seconds.
Are you prepared for the clock change? If you care about preventing chaos in your collection, then that preparation includes double-checking the date in your camera. But if you do end up with a bad time or date on your pictures, here’s how to fix this with help from Zoner Photo Studio.