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Since the dark, gray, low-contrast days of the first iPhones, I’ve been a Perfectly Clear evangelist. It’s still the best way I’ve found to quickly and easily improve your iPhoneography with just one click. There are a couple of new updates in the pipeline. Today, I’ve got some promo codes up for grabs.
Perfectly Clear is on sale now for only $0.99 – that’s a big savings of $2 off. This discount is for a limited time only, so grab it now.
Perfectly Clear, the excellent automatic image correction app, has just been updated. Find out what’s new and read why you should still have this great app even if you’ve got one of the spiffy new iPhones.
Perfectly Clear has long been my goto photo app for fast, easy Dynamic Range Correction (DRC). The iOS version is on sale right now for only $0.99 — a savings of $2.00.
The new 2.4 versions of Perfectly Clear for both iPhone and iPad have finally hit the App Store today. They are both loaded with a lot of goodness, including a sale price reduction and a lot of bug-fixes.
Noise Master eliminates all kinds of noise from an image. Unlike many other noise reduction apps that use blurring techniques which ruin fine details, Noise Master uses more sophisticated algorithms to eliminate noise without sacrificing detail.
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 improved camera of the iPhone 4, Perfectly Clear is still a regular part of my photo processing workflow. It’s one-button processing that compensates and tweaks color, contrast and brightness in iPhone photos. It improves image sharpness, punches up normally exposed images, and can help save poorly exposed ones.
One of LoFi’s Facebook followers just pointed out that Perfectly Clear hasn’t been available in the App Store for the past day or so. I contacted Athentech Imaging to find out what’s up with Perfectly Clear.
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.
Perfectly Clear 2.1 was released Tuesday. This update fixes several bugs including the previously reported crashes which effected nearly all iPhones.
I was asked to post this email from Brad Malcolm, the President of Athentech, the developers of Perfectly Clear. I have posted it in its entirety, but first, I wanted to weigh in with my thoughts on this update.