Imagine Snapseed HDR / Drama but with much more control. Instaflash Pro gives you more photo editing control with Pro photo adjustments including: Shadows, Highlights, Light EQ, Tone EQ, Color EQ, Split Toning, Fill Light, Soft Light, Clarity, Vignette, Focus, Noise Removal, White Balance, and more.
Rating (all versions): 5 (235 ratings). Rating (current version): 5 (64 ratings). Current Price: USD4.99. Where there are iPhone and iPad apps, rating data and pricing relate to the iPhone app.
Perfect your photos instantly with Instaflash Pro.
Instaflash Pro gives you more photo editing control with Pro photo adjustments including: Shadows, Highlights, Light EQ, Tone EQ, Color EQ, Split Toning, Fill Light, Soft Light, Clarity, Vignette, Focus, Noise Removal, White Balance, and more.
Simulate depth of field like an SLR or tilt-shift lens using the focus tool. Fine tune your photo's lighting, tone, and color with equalizer controls. Clarity softens photos without losing edge sharpness or enhances details without over-sharpening edges. Skin Tune magically reduces blemishes and wrinkles for smooth and glowing skin in seconds. Color Splash enables selective color editing allowing you to creatively splash on the color to accentuate key elements of your photo. Use shadows, highlights, and denoise to bring low light shots back to life and save photos that would otherwise be throw away.
Save your favorite image adjustments as a preset and then save time by applying them again to your other photos.
Under the hood, patented LCE technology provides advanced exposure correction to add natural-looking illumination to the dark areas of your photos while still preserving contrast and detail. Achieve HDR-like results by stretching the dynamic range of your photo, making it appear more like the scene appeared to the human eye.
Instaflash Pro is a universal app that supports iPhone and iPad devices.
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