Articles tagged with: perfectly clear
The Perfectly Clear 2.0 update is in the app store now, but use caution in updating to this version of the app at this time. It’s not as unstable as I initially feared, but it still needs a lot more coddling than an iPhone app should require in order to work.
The superior camera of the iPhone 4 makes a strong case for using an iPhone for commercial photography. It has a 5 megapixel resolution that is certainly usable for many print purposes.
“Fly Delta Jets”, Photographed with an iPhone 4, Toolbox: Perfectly Clear, Best Camera
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.
iPhoneography: A Small Bird in a Big Sky. Near Dallas Love Field. On approach to the north…
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.
We are back in DFW from our trip to Chicago. Many of the images I found myself taking this trip lent themselves to processing in Film Lab.
The Dude abides.
iPhone photography taken on I-30. This was a perfect Spring evening.
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.
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.