What does a photo retoucher do?

A photo retoucher captures an image as a single object from multiple vantage points using the camera’s native image processing capabilities. The image is then automatically converted into the original RAW or JPEG format of your choosing if supported, or it can be edited to correct for some image defects (for example, distortion, distortion-to-the-correct, etc.)

Why does it do this?

Our goal is to get a higher-quality and faster photo that is more usable with your chosen imaging devices. The retouchers aim to increase ISO sensitivity by a factor of 40% or more; it also enhances color saturation by 1.5 to 3.5 points on the color gamut. We know you shoot with different cameras, so we include your preferred device as well.

Will this retoucher work on my iPhone 4S or iPhone 5?

iPhone 4s and iPhone 5 Retouchers are a free utility that will work on any iPhone 4s and iPhone 5.

How do I install or upgrade?

Download the latest Retouchers for iOS version 5.04 here or visit the download page.
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AMY GOODMAN: “Black And Yellow,” the song that plays in the final seconds of the film, The Color Purple. This past weekend, more than 60 countries came together in the Rio Olympics to honor the legacy of Muhammad Ali. In a speech from the opening ceremonies, Ali declared that he was “honored” to be competing in the Olympics and acknowledged the need to bring new hope into the world. Meanwhile, a new documentary, The Return of Muhammad Ali, premiered today on Showtime. A special one-hour season of the original and a special hour about Ali will air Sunday.

This is Democracy Now!,, The War and Peace Report. I’m Amy Goodman, as we turn now to the battle of Baghdad during the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. This is our guest, Rana Foroohar. She is the Iraq Program Director of Human Rights Watch.

Rana Foroohar, we welcome you back. To begin, talk about what we’re talking about, the war on terror in the Middle East today. Now, President Barack Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel have been very clear it’s a war on terror and it does not have an end date. Do you feel that there