In this second instalment of "revisited" apps, I take another look at ACDSee Camera Flash, which is an easy to use 1-click quick fix app jointly developed by Eikonsoft Limited and ACD Systems International, and designed and to correct your dark, poorly and underexposed photos, using their patented LCE technology*.
To correct any of you photos, simply launch ACDSee Camera Flash, load a photo from the camera roll, and let the app do the rest. By default the app will apply 50% of its maximum brightness to the loaded photo, which in most cases is all that is needed, however should you need to make further adjustments (lighten or darken), then this is easily done by moving the slider control up or down, then when happy, save back to the camera roll.
If you are an experienced iPhoneographer, then you will know that the iPhone is not perfect when it come to correctly exposing your photos, and if you're new to iPhoneography, then you will soon discover the iPhone (even the 4S) does not always get it right, and whilst there are many apps that allow you to correct these exposure imperfections, ACDSee Camera Flash does it very quickly and very easily, and at just £0.69/$0.99/€0.79 (current selling price) is well worth having in your iPhone camera bag.
App Store Link: ACDSee Camera Flash; Price: £0.69/$0.99/€0.79
*Patented LCE (Lighting and Contrast Enhancement) from ACD Systems International Inc is the same driving force behind the Lighting tool in the ACDSee photo editing products.