People spend a lot of time trying to curb their desire to use technology or get away from it altogether. But technology, with its benefits, helps them create new things and express themselves.
For this reason, many go for technical advice on using technology to do things that make them happy. One of the questions is how to improve the bad images taken by the iPhone, that picture that may look very dim or unclear, and turn it into images that boast of its publication?
* First step: automatic or manual. To say that you were visiting Washington and taking a picture of the memorial but did not like you. The first thing you should do in this case is to go to the Apple App for images and open the image and click the edit button in the upper right corner of the screen as you hold the phone horizontally.
On iPhone 8 and iOS11, this step takes you to the adjustment mode, where you will see a button in the top left corner of the screen that you can use to lighten the image and enhance its color. (You can also edit the pictures as you hold the phone in vertical position, but be aware that the location of the button or icon may vary from one iPhone to another, and from iOS to another).
But what if you do not like immediate adjustments? Here’s where you find what you’re looking for. To dive well into the details of an image, select the icon on the right side of the screen in the form of a disk, the third icon above, below the cut / rotate codes and the filter icon, and click More options to use third-party applications.
Light and color
* Step Two: Adjust the lighting. After clicking the Edit button, you will see three basic categories: lighting, color, black and white.
Then, click on a category title to see all the elements you can edit separately, then click on a control feature to get a slider to make adjustments.
In the lighting category, you can change the “brightness” of the image, a setting that increases the vitality of the image without increasing color intensity or saturation. You can also adjust the “exposure” of the overall picture, and control the details shown in both the “brightest spots” and shadows (dark parts) of the image, as well as “contrast”, which is a measure of the difference between light and dark colors in the picture.
Finally, you can move the “black dot”, which improves the degree of contrast in blurry images by locating and darkening the darkest part of the image.
* Step Three: Colors. The Color category includes preview slides to adjust the overall saturation or sharpness of the image. You can also change the contrast between similar colors in the scene to make them “more powerful.”
Does the image contain a blue, pink or yellow color? Move the casting slider to get rid of these colors. Do you want to turn your photos into monochrome art shots? Select the “white and black” category and adjust the sharpness, color, grayscale, and surface in the image. For a more automatic approach, click on the “Filters” icon on the edit screen to experiment with new shapes.
* Step 4: Correction and noise cancellation. The quality of some images is instantly improved when you eliminate distracted factors and narrow the frame. Click on the shear tool and narrow the corners of the white box around the parts you want to keep from the image. Would you like to get the story of the traditional square entramb? Choose the appropriate stretch ratio by clicking on the icon that looks like a stack of squares in the upper right corner.
Image applications may automatically adjust the image until the vertical and horizontal elements in the image are parallel to the edges of the image. If you do not, and you want to make your own adjustments, wipe your finger on the symbol of the protrusor on the right side to find the pavement you want.
* Step Five: Overstatement. It is very easy for the user to sometimes exceed the fashionable boundaries or to wish to experiment with new things. If you feel that you are dissatisfied with the results of your edits, click the “Revoke” or “Return” button on the edit screen to cancel the changes you have made.
If you have saved the modified image and changed your opinion about these modifications later, the application of the images in the iPhone will allow you to return the image to its original unamended state. Just open the image again, press the “Edit” button, and select the “Return to original” button.
* Step 6: Save and publish (or print). When you are satisfied with all the adjustments you have made, click on the “Done” button in the upper right corner of the edit screen. Thus, you have saved the improved new image.
You can find more options online to use the Apple Photos app (and apply Google for Android and iOS), but the benefit you’ll get from personal experience, and family and friends interactions with enhanced imagery will be even greater.