iCorrect® OneClick Color for iPad
By FreshAir Software, Inc.
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Quick & Easy Color Balance and Exposure Correction
Give your photos the color of life with iCorrect OneClick Color. Almost every photo can be improved with a single touch of your finger and you won't find another color correction app that is easier to use. If you use a camera, you need this app. In a few simple steps you can take a photo, perfect the colors, then save and share a picture you can be proud of.
Wishing you'd had a camera flash for that photo, or are the colors just a little bit flat? Or have you scanned some of your old, faded photographs? Professional scanning services recommend iCorrect to their customers. Use the Auto Fix button, or touch the photo in an area that should have been gray or black or white. The exposure and color balance will be automatically corrected, bringing life to your photo using the same powerful PictoColor® OneClick technology that professional photographers have relied on for years. Read more about it at oneclickcolor.com.
• Automatically correct color balance and exposure.
• Fine tune the automatic correction using sliders to independently adjust overall brightness, shadows, highlights, contrast, saturation, tint and temperature. You will be amazed at the shadow detail that can be recovered in backlit images.
• Convert to black and white or sepia tone.
• Use the Preview switch to easily compare the corrected photo with the original.
• Save or share the result at high (full), medium, low or custom resolution. Share with your family and friends via email, Twitter, facebook, Instagram, Muzy and more.
Give it a try and see why the iCorrect OneClickTM plug-in earned 5 diamonds from Photoshop User magazine!
View a video demo at freshairsoftware.com.
What's New in Version 2.1
New sharing options: upload to Twitter, copy to clipboard, send to other apps including Instagram, Muzy and more. Updated facebook support.
More save and share resolution options.
Potentially Five Stars
A slider for plus and minus sharpness is in need, and I have faith this is in the works. Noise reduction would certainly be an enhancement. Color is respected and I like how the sliders modify the greyscale and sepia output. It brings forth potential and can elevate an ordinary shot to fine, thus turning a dumper to a keeper.