How to: optimize photos taken with a mobile phone

Summer is traditionally the time of the year when most people go on holiday, traveling around the world and taking photos of everything they see. With high-end digital cameras becoming increasingly more affordable, you have no excuse not to take a snapshot of all the beautiful places you visit this summer. But if your budget is still too low, you can always use the built-in camera on your phone – even if it’s not very good – and then process the images with Mobile Photo Enhancer.

How to: optimize photos taken with a mobile phone

This simple application lets you easily improve the quality of the pictures you take with your mobile phone by reducing noise, applying some sharpening and enhancing color. Of course, we’re talking about small improvements here: Mobile Photo Enhancer won’t turn your mobile photo into an impressive Pulitzer deserving shot, but at least you’ll be able to make it look better than the original picture.

Mobile Photo Enhancer includes two different executable files: one to work with one single photo and another one to process multiple images simultaneously. Unless all of your photos are quite similar and you’re sure they all require the same adjustments, I’d advise to use the single-photo version, because you may have to try a few times with different adjustments before obtaining a satisfying result.

Loading comments