When it comes to photography, even in the digital age, if it’s not one thing, it’s always something. Why is it that the flash on a camera doesn’t work when you expect it to? How many photos do you have that are just too dark to be useful?
Digital photography in the 21st century seems to have a knack for eliminating photographic problems of yesteryear. No flash? No problem.
Check out what you can do with ACDSee Photo Flash. Here’s a photo that needs a little more light, but backlighting makes it a challenge.
Now, see what happens when you use ACDsee Photo Flash, a free app from the Mac App Store.
Not bad for free, right? It’s a quick and easy way to improve photos that are simply too dark.
So, what’s the problem? You get what you pay for (or, in this case, don’t pay for).
If you’re into photo enhancement, the first thing you’ll want are some additional color correction tools, the ability to work with RAW files instead of vanilla .jpg’s. It’s all contrast enhancement and not much more.
Mac apps that add color correction and other tools will also have the ability to add lighting and contrast, but they’ll come with a price tag.
Still, for the price, the results speak for themselves.