St. Valentine’s Day isn’t just great for business. It’s great for photographers too. So grab the opportunity and take an original Valentine’s photo that’s sure to please lovers everywhere.
There are literally thousands upon thousands of incredible photo ops available everyday right under our noses. The fact they are happening as microscopic scene makes them impossible for us to capture which is why Nikon holds their Photomicrography Competition every year appropriately dubbed Nikon’s Small World.
The world is a wide and colorful place. Sometimes a few miles can make a huge difference—not just in landscapes, but also in customs and cultures. In today’s selection of the best photos on Zonerama we’ll be looking at pictures that celebrate cultural differences.
Non-destructive photo edits are special: they don’t overwrite pictures’ original data. They keep you from having to save separate edited and unedited versions of your work.
While the venerable 4×6-inch photo print has apparently lost its luster, people are still more than a little interested in turning their digital photo files into something more – they do indeed want to liberate their photos from their smartphones, turning treasured memories into memorable treasures, so to speak.
The Curves tool is a hugely important tool for photo editing. Though complex at first glance, it’s simple after that. Soon proves itself a powerful tool for a wide range of uses. Use it to fine-tune contrast, brighten or darken a picture, highlight low-visibility objects shot against the light, and more.