Gradient Filter functions are generally used for darkening or coloring the top of a photo—usually the sky. They basically replace a physical gradient filter that you’d place over your camera’s lens. But the Gradient Filter in ZPS X is also highly customizable and offers lots of creative opportunities.
Tag: local edits
The Filter Brush allows you to edit specific areas of your photos. It is a non-destructive tool found in the Develop module. This means that the edits you perform can always be undone. Use the Filter Brush to lighten faces, emphasize important elements in your photos, fix overexposed areas, or enhance the colors in any area of your photograph.
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!
With the addition of Color Shift this year, ZPS X gained a great new tool for adjusting any color needed throughout a photo. But “just” enabling global edits throughout a whole photo wasn’t enough for us, and so we’ve added tools for changing colors locally as well. You can easily select any part of a photo to fine-tune its colors. And that’s not all. With the help of local color-curve editing, you can really bring a photo to perfection. Read on to learn how.
Here’s the next part in our series on working in ZPS X. This time we’re staying in the Develop module because the last article only included a fraction of what this module has to offer. In this part, we’ll mainly go through the various methods for editing just part of a picture.