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Saturday 4 January 2014

Instaflash - App Review

The camera provided with your iOS device is useful but also limited.

This handy App allows you to correct underexposed photos very easily.

Now for the ACIDS test:

All you need do is load a photograph from your camera roll, then use the slider at the bottom to increase exposure.

The modified image can then be saved to your camera roll or forwarded to your favourite social media.

You can save the settings used to reuse later, as well as resetting shadows (including the option to undo), and, if you want more control, access more settings (contrast, white balance, saturation, sharpness, geometry.

The basic App is free but there are in-App purchase options for skin tone, colour splash and others.

This depends on how much control you want on an image that not be taken under ideal circumstances in the first place.

The App works, although the adjustments can get a little confusing, particularly if you accidentally pick a chargeable option.

Pictures can de shared directly to Facebook and Twitter, as well as by E-mail.

ACIDS Test Rating:

More control for your camera.

To find out how the ACIDS Test works, click here.

You can get Instaflash here and support for the App here.

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