Articles tagged with: Auto Adjust
Here’s this week’s roundup of photo app updates you shouldn’t miss — 645 PRO Mk II, AfterLight, Auto Adjust, iLightingCam and more. If you’ve used these apps in the past, any of these are worth a second look.
The definitive list of iPhone photo apps, they’re resolution and how they work (or don’t) with iOS 4 on the iPhone 4 and its 5MP camera. Searchable. Updated regularly.
Auto Adjust is still one of the better exposure enhancement apps available. A “repurchase” bug is no longer in the app.
I don’t like Flash Hero’s current Equalize and Balance adjustments. Even at $0.99 USD, the Levels function isn’t unique enough on its own to warrant a purchase if you use another slider-based flash fixer.
Unlike many of the “flash fixer apps” available, it’s more than just a flash enhancer which simply brightens images. Auto Adjust uses “contrast stretching” or normalization to help correct exposure.
At $2.99 USD, it’s a little more expensive than most apps in this category which typically run about a buck. How does it fare and is it worth the premium? It depends on how you use the app.
Fort Worth, Texas. White Elephant Saloon
Here, autumn arrives and leaves quickly — often within days. You have to catch it quickly.
I’ve found Auto Adjust easily and consistently produces superior results
I think Auto Adjust produces great results on images that make other “flash adjustment” apps groan and it has just replaced a few of them on my iPhone.