What are these color chips doing on my image?!!
When you take a photo at low light or without flash little random fragments of pigments, that just aren't supposed to be there, often appear on the image, making the surface color look uneven or tainted.
This phenomenon is known as NOISE and is the result of electrical errors made by a confused camera sensor, misreading the light input and translating it to the wrong color. And it doesn't look so good.
The iPhone camera, being so compact, is prone to that kind of noise.
Well, this is where we come to your rescue:) We developed the NoiseBlaster – an advanced machinery, adapted specifically to the unique attributions of the noise caused by the iPhone camera.
The NoiseBlaster advanced algorithm unifies the surface color and makes the little unwanted tint stains disappear.
NoiseBlaster also includes:
- Split screen preview
- Adjustable noise reduction
- Brightness/Contrast adjustment
- Saving at custom resolutions up to 1600x1200 (downsize is possible)
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