Haze, fog, and smoke are frequent tools for creativity. But there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. Too much haze, and your photo loses contrast... and is basically left with nothing left to see. Luckily, you can often remove or reduce haze in post-processing, and it’s not even hard to do.
We often associate a dark mood and almost horror-like edits with photos from abandoned urban places—urbex photos. But that doesn’t have to be a rule. The edits that you make to your urbex photos can also be entirely different.
We usually give you tips on what you should do when editing your photos. This time we’ll work from the opposite end and show you some edits that are best avoided. We’ll be talking about edits that you often see out there, but it’s best to stay away from them. What are they, and how can you do things better? You’ll learn all this in today’s article.
Besides just taking pictures, most phones and cameras can shoot video too. After all, some moments are best caught in motion. But even individual video clips may not capture the whole story, and so it’s better to create a single video that says it all. Luckily, that’s easy to do in Zoner Photo Studio X. You’ll find that its new and improved features here make cutting and editing videos a snap.