Articles tagged with: DRC
New photo app Orasis by Orasis Imaging claims to “[capture] reality, not just light.” While the science may be good, it needs some tweaks before it’s useful out of the lab.
Even with the iPhone 4’s greatly improved camera, I still use Perfectly Clear often for quick and easy one-touch dynamic range correction on some images. The constant iPhone reboots are very annoying, but for me how Perfectly Clear tweaks and fixes an image is worth the annoyance. Otherwise, Perfectly Clear is still a very good app and still an essential part of my iPhone’s camera bag. Until the memory issues are fixed, I like the app, but don’t recommend this update.
Primasnap is not HDR, but it’s fast, simple, and good for iPhone photographers who just want to quickly tweak their images.
Photomizer has decent image correction quality, but this version has trouble with larger image sizes and the server use may hit your AT&T data cap.
Photomizer is the new Dynamic Range Correction app However, the description that accompanies this app is in German with no English translation.
Trusight Pro is an excellent exposure enhancer. The app restores color and dynamic range to an image. Now with full-res output.
The standard version of imphoto has too many annoyances and disabled features to be really useful. It feels like a try-before-you-buy demo app.
One of the features that makes the iPhone camera unique is the availability of thousands of photography-related apps. For less than the cost of a DVD, you can basically get a whole new camera experience.
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.