Spring is in the air and Easter is coming! Do you want to brighten your loved ones’ day? Send them an Easter greeting card. Even better, make a customized card using your own photographs. It’s certainly a creative and unique way to delight your family and friends.
There’s no bigger waste of time than doing identical edits to a large number of photos over and over again. Let Zoner Photo Studio X do the work for you! In the Develop module, you can copy the edits from one photo to others. On top of that, there are many keyboard shortcuts and icons that make copying edits even more efficient. Let’s see how they all work.
Almost every single photograph that is taken on your digital camera will need at least some type of editing. In just a few simple steps, you are able to take your photograph up a notch. Whether you need to lighten up an image that’s too dark, or you’re unsure how to crop a photo, this article will help you.
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!
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.
Underwater photography is fun, but it’s hard to get pictures that look as clean as the ones you take on land. In underwater photography, you lose contrast and colors, and your pictures look pale and bland. Luckily you can easily fix many of these flaws of underwater photos on your PC. We’ll show you how to get the most out of these photos.
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.
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!
We’re back with yet another step-by-step editing example. This time you’ll be learning the steps to take for a cinematic edit to a photo. We’re also giving you the source RAW so that you can try out the whole process on it for yourself. Once again we’ll be covering work in the Develop module. You’ll learn how to enhance a dark evening photo and highlight its atmosphere by adjusting its colors.