Photo editing is an integral part of digital photography. If you're just getting started, be extra careful with your editing. Even though some adjustments may seem like a great idea, the opposite may be true. Let's focus on what you should watch for when editing your photos.
In photography, sharpness is everything. Blurry photos generally don’t belong anywhere but the trash. But sometimes you’ll take a photo that’s great except for some blurriness. It’s no wonder, since even things like lens quirks can get in the way of sharpness. And meanwhile, if the blurriness isn’t too bad, then sharpening on your computer can save the picture.
Photos that have too much noise or need sharpening are common issues that many photographers encounter. Fortunately, they can often be solved with some photo editing. Learn how to reduce noise and increase sharpness in your photos. These two adjustments are closely related so you’ll also be learning how to properly balance the photo’s sharpness and digital noise.
Every photographer runs into some troubles with their photos, especially when they’re just starting out. Their pictures aren’t perfectly sharp, they’re too dark, or have too much noise. No matter how much we try, there’s always something to fix. Whether the focus is off, there’s noise, or your composition isn’t perfect, you can quickly resolve these issues using Zoner Photo Studio X. We’ve selected 6 of the most common mistakes and will show you how to fix them.
Many people think that tools for sharpening a photo on a computer are only useful when a botched shot has left the photo blurry. And they’re certainly useful then. But there are also other, more important cases where sharpening should be used. In fact, you should use it on practically every picture. Wondering why? Then read on.
The cameras in cell phones (and tablets) are a popular way to take photos, no matter how much pro and semi-pro photographers may shudder at the thought. These photos often really need some editing before they get posted on social networks. What are the common sore spots?