Every good photo should have a subject. And that subject needs to be the most visible thing in the photo, so that it dominates. Choosing a good composition will help, and so will adjusting the photo’s background. Join us for a look at how to do that.
We’d all like to think of backgrounds as simply not an issue—when we think of them at all. But in reality, backgrounds can have a lot of clutter, especially in urban photography. Meanwhile, there are several ways to look at this issue.
Have a drawing tablet and haven’t tried it yet for photos? Thinking about getting one? Try using a tablet for your photo editing in Zoner Photo Studio. You’ll especially appreciate it when you need to adjust fine details that are awkward to alter with a mouse. The drawing tablet’s greater precision will make your work more efficient and more fun.