Did you get a new computer for Christmas? Or maybe buy one for yourself? You’ll need to transfer everything from your old computer, including your favorite photo editing software Zoner Photo Studio X. Let’s take a look at how to get ZPS X up and running on your new computer, as well as import your previously-saved settings and data.
One of the first signs of spring is the spring update of Zoner Photo Studio X. And it is coming out...NOW! We’ve got some new features for you that you’re sure to like. You can look forward to handy functions that will make your photo and video editing quicker and easier. Read about what’s new.
And it’s here! We’ve just released the 2020 autumn update to Zoner Photo Studio X. Besides a number of new features, it also offers many improvements to existing ones. In this article we’ll briefly summarize all the important things you can look forward to. Because there really are a lot of them. Everything you’ve wanted to know about the autumn update but were afraid to ask, you’ll learn riiight... now!
How can you as a photographer take inspiration from color toning in movies? We’ll use the examples of four famous movies to show you different styles of color grading. As you’ll see, colors have a fundamental impact on how we see movies. We’ll be looking at legends such as Saving Private Ryan, The Godfather, and The Matrix. Have you ever thought about the roles that color palettes play in them?
You’ve probably noticed the various popular photo styles, presets, and filters out there that give photos a retro look—as if you’d peeled them out of an old, dusty album. We’re fans of these too, and you’ll find some among our presets. You can encounter this vintage look not only in portraits and reportage, but in landscape photos too. But why do some people give fresh green landscapes an autumnal, parched look, like after a drought?
Color spaces are fundamental when you want to talk about correct and correctly displayed colors and about how to get the most out of them. This relates to both displaying pictures on various displays and printing your pictures after editing. Take a look with us at the chromatic building blocks that affect the rest of your work with photos.
A reader of ours recently turned to us seeking advice. Her work duties revolve around scanning and manually transcribing old printed material and manuscripts, and there’s a certain problem she sometimes runs into. Time sometimes gnaws heavily at a document, leaving it largely unreadable, which makes the job of transcribing it more difficult. But you can make your work easier here just by reaching for Zoner Photo Studio X. It can help you to improve documents’ readability quickly and easily.
Hyperlapses are a very popular supplement to time-lapses. A hyperlapse adds motion to an image, letting you create breathtaking views of cities or nature on the border between photography and video. And it has seen a major boom in recent decades. So let’s take a look at what hyperlapses really are and how to create them—it’s simpler than it seems at first sight.
Say it with a picture. When you want to describe something for someone simply, graphically, and quickly on a photo, our Annotations feature is here to help. You can use it to caption a photo or mark important places and objects. There’s a truly wide range of ways to use it. Read on to read up on everything that Annotations can do.
Photo work generally includes import, sorting, editing, and export, i.e. saving your final photos. But saving edited photos isn’t by far the only thing the new, improved Export can do: It also has a wide range of uses for preparing previews, renaming saved photos, and saving photos online. And you can even do all of this at once with no problems. So take a moment to get to know this new feature in the Autumn Update of Zoner Photo Studio X.