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Editing Springtime Portraits II: Doing Advanced Retouching in the Editor Advanced Edits 2

Editing Springtime Portraits II: Doing Advanced Retouching in the Editor

Last time around, we looked at developing a springtime portrait; this time we’ll look at more advanced edits in the Editor module. It provides lots of great tools that will help you bring a portrait to perfection. Zdeňka Vrátná will be showing you the steps she has taken when editing a colorful springtime portrait. In this article you’ll find inspiration, practical advice, and also a guide to using the individual retouching tools. 

Spring Portrait Editing I: The Develop Module Basic Edits 1

Spring Portrait Editing I: The Develop Module

In this article, we’ll be taking a look at how to edit a colorful springtime portrait. We’ll walk you through all the steps of the process in the Develop module. We’ll mainly be looking at fine-tuning colors, work with skin tones, the Radial Filter (R), and mild exposure adjustments. We’ll also be giving you a few tips in the introduction on how to take a nice spring portrait. But if you’re not in the mood to take one, you can just download our RAW file and try out the whole editing process right away!

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A special spring update for ZPS X! Easier work with photo books – and better final products.

Even though it’s just been a couple of weeks since the big spring update to Zoner Photo Studio X, we’re bringing you a whole new bundle of improvements! This time around, we’ve focused on our tool for creating a popular photo product—photo books. In the latest version of ZPS X, you can create photo books much more quickly and conveniently and can freely have even several of them in progress at once. You can newly also order books in premium HD quality. Read up on what’s new.

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Two Ways to Add Grain to Your Black and White Photos

When it comes to technically perfect color photos, digital noise is viewed as a blemish, and camera manufacturers are constantly improving their sensors to minimize it. And in fact we’ve published a number of guides to removing noise from your photos. But things are different for black-and-white photos—in these, “grain” is an element that’s not just tolerated; it’s downright desirable. Here’s how to add it to your photos easily.