Alfred Relch photo app fixes the wrg light and exposure in the photos of the iPhone

In 2016, a start-up named Relch launched an image editing and cameramen service that was widely filmed line by photographers

Who would pay $ 99 a mth to use a camera that They would never have, plus $ 1 per professial retouched photo? The iPhone and other smart cameras are now dominating photography, helping novices and professials instantly create stunning photos to the touch of an applicati.

Relch's business model subscripti camera clubs looked like a failure paper.

He comes out modestly well. More importantly, it served as a testing ground for a new iOS app launched this week that will eventually bring cinematic light to photos and videos made in dull or difficult lighting cditis.

Alfred Relch uses AI image and color mapping, developed and refined over a two-year period with the Relch Camera Club in Palo Alto, California, to give iPhone a sliding bar to enhance the quality of the image. light and exposure to artificial light.

During the coming week, the applicati updates will include cinematic lighting styles, such as stage, backlight and lighting 'superheroes', as well ly video

"The best way to prove the product," said co-founder Yuri Motin Cult of Mac. "The results have been remarkable. Each camera (there are 291) generated $ 400 per mth in revenue and the most active members of Relch Photo Club spent more than $ 1,000 for their photos.

"Today, Relch AI is successfully tested …

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