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<!-ezoicfl-> 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.
<!- placeholder 632 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> Relch's business model subscripti camera clubs looked like a failure paper.
<!- placeholder 178 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> 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.
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<!- placeholder 193 blocked. Reas : no sizes -> "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 …