In this video, Zdenka will demonstrate the entire editing process in Zoner Photo Studio X using one of her photos from a spring photoshoot. If you’re a beginner, this video is a great introduction to ZPS X and will show you everything the program can do. And if you’ve been around the block once or twice, you may see some tricks that you didn’t know about. Let‘s get right to it!
Whether you want to emphasize the main subject of your photo or get better composition, a symmetrical shot may be what you are looking for. Taking a symmetrical photo on the spot is not always possible, but you can quickly and easily correct this later on your computer. In this video, we will show you how you can use various tools in Zoner Photo Studio X to help you achieve perfect symmetry.
The Develop module in Zoner Photo Studio X offers lots of features, and in this video, we’ll be presenting one of them—the Healing Brush. It’s great for removing unwanted elements from portraits, but it also works for tricks like revealing the secret of levitation. How? Just take a look at our video tutorial.
In our video we’ll be looking straight at a shoot with our ambassador Zdeňka Vrátná—better known as Foto Povolen. We set out on a photographic journey and recorded it all so that you can be there for it too. In our video, you’ll also find tips on cosplay and portrait photography (and more), as well as several backstage shots. Watch our video, browse our photo set, and learn something new!
Tone Curve is a tool in the Develop module offering a simple way to adjust a photo’s brightness levels and individual RGB channels. No matter whether you need to adjust exposure or contrast or even give a photo a retro feel, Tone Curve offers a road to your goal. As for how to drive down that road: watch our video.
Zoner Photo Studio X is overflowing with features and tricks that help you work more quickly, easily, and efficiently. And to ensure you can navigate them all easily, we’ve prepared a video presenting 10 useful features that will make your time with Zoner Photo Studio X sheer joy.
Besides basic edits, the Develop module in Zoner Photo Studio also offers presets. These bundles of settings will save you lots of time when you need to edit a whole group of photos all the same way. You simply save the edits you’ve made to one photo into a preset and then use it on any other photo you’d like. The workflow isn’t complicated at all, and in this video, you’ll learn how to do it.
The Editor is the place to go in Zoner Photo Studio X when you want to manipulate reality in a photo. It lets you do things like work with layers and use masks to change just one part of a photo. Put it to work for everything from just adding text all the way to complicated changes like switching out a background, adding an object to a photo, and much more.
Work in ZPS is a breeze, but you can get a bit lost at first in all its features and modules. That’s why in this video, we’ll focus just on the Develop module and explain what kinds of edits it’s used for and how best to use it. You’ll learn what non-destructive edits are (and how to switch to destructive edits), what the ideal approach is when you’re editing photos in this module, and how to work with presets too.
Zoner Photo Studio X is more than just a handy photo editor—it’s also invaluable when you’re organizing your photos. And you’ll find lots of practical features in it that are beloved by users worldwide. In this video we’ll be introducing its interface.