Tonight I’m going to talking about a simple editing app with adjustable resolution saves. It’s called iCorrect OneClick Color by FreshAir Software. The top photo was taken with Hipstamatic and edited with iCorrect.
The app will start like this after the upload. It will ask to take a photo or load a photo. I’m going to load a photo.
I’ve loaded up my photo and ready to start editing. As you can see it a really simple app with simple correction tools.
I tapped on the sepia button to try out how well it works. By far I think this is one of the better sepia mo notion conversions I’ve seen on an app. I don’t really have to do a lot of correcting because the original photo was taken properly. When you take a photo properly it helps when you do monotone conventions. You want to make sure your details are well expose so you only have to do minor adjustments or in this case minor corrections.
The save is pretty cut and dry. You get full resolution saves but I’ll show you something else.
You can also do custom resolution saves with iCorrect. Something I wish more apps would offer in saving photos. You can do 4096 x 4096 saves. That is the res you can do with most photo apps.
This is my save corrected photo in Sepia. The results came out really nice and I’m pleased.
iCorrect has been around in the App Store for awhile. It’s a stable, simple to operate with adjustable resolution saves and works with iOS 8. My only complaint is its a little overpriced for what it does. What I would like to see added are curves, levels and channel mixer. You have to get two separate version for the iPhone and iPad. Each version is $2.99, so it’s a little expensive but you get high resolution saves.
I want to thank the developer for giving me a copy of iCorrect. If you have any questions about this blog post please leave comments, have a good evening and see you soon.