In the true spirit of Thanksgiving, I thought I’d take a moment today to give thanks for a few of things I’m grateful for that revolve around the reason I write this blogs every week – photography.
Loss of detail in red objects is a common problem in digital photographs. Digital cameras’ sensors are more sensitive to the red color channel than the other two (blue and green), and meanwhile overexposure of the red channel can lead to the loss of detail in red objects. In this article, we’ll show how to restore detail in red objects using Zoner Photo Studio.
One of the quieter pieces of news that made its debut this year was Intel’s RealSense depth-sensing camera tech.
Composition is fundamental for a photo’s quality. So never underestimate it. Try to always keep it in mind and be aware of what aspects you can improve in your photos’ composition. You can get some great composition by concentrating on contrast, stepping in for a shot, or sometimes even going for a center composition. Read today’s article for several intriguing tips on getting better, more original composition.
Once again, as a service to our busy readers, like so many squirrels gathering nuts for the winter, we’ve gone out and gathered a few imaging-related news items we have a hunch you may have missed over the last several weeks as summer has slowly faded in fall.
It’s a bad idea to underestimate your subject’s outlines. And it’s good when they’re good and visible. Then you can be sure that what you’re seeing will be seen in your photographs as well. Come join us for a look at some great silhouette work in photographers’ albums on Zonerama.