The histogram is a graph that shows the light and color values of an image. It also gives us information about an image’s Exposure. The left side of the horizontal axis of the Histogram contains information about the darkest areas of the image, while the brightest areas are on the right. The vertical axis indicates the extent to which these areas appear in the photo.
Tag: photo editing
Double exposure is a great way to add variety to your photography. A double-exposure photo can even be used to make an eye-catching graphic. There are many ways to create this effect. This time, we’ll be taking a look at how to use stripes to get double exposures.
Every photographer that creates their own website obviously needs to showcase their photography. It may seem like there’s nothing to it—you just upload your pictures, right? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple and there are issues you may run into. Fortunately, this article describes how it’s all done.
Noticeable skin glare in portraits can be a pain. Skin glare can often be removed during the photoshoot using makeup or powder, but it may not be enough, or you may simply forget to watch out for it. Some glare can be forgiven, but you’ll want to remove most skin glare in post-production. Luckily, it is not a very complicated process.
Are you a beginner with the Editor module in ZPS X or an old hand? Either way, we’re bringing you seven tips you might not know that will definitely help when you’re working in the Editor. They focus on shortcut keys, speeding up your work with the Editor, and other interesting features you can find in Zoner Photo Studio X.
This is the first article in a new series we’ve prepared for you on how to work better in Zoner Photo Studio X. You’ll learn about everything from import to backup, and from organizing to advanced edits to sharing and printing your photos. In short, everything you need for working with Zoner Photo Studio like a professional.
Digital photo processing opens up huge possibilities—everyone is free to edit photos to match their taste and their mood of the day. But this freedom can sometimes tie you up by leaving you with so many variants that you can’t even choose among them. Or at least, I know it happens to me—all the time.
In today’s article, we’ll take a look at how to touch up a foggy winter picture. Our sample picture was taken in the morning fog, and so it’s underexposed and practically monochrome. Because of this, we’ll be focusing in this article on how to adjust exposure and restore pictures’ colors. We’ll be using Zoner Photo Studio for our edits.