PICTURE PERFECT: It's a common frustration. You're taking a picture of a skyline but just can't seem to get the right look-- it's either a blown-out sky or a very dark foreground. But thanks to a process called HDR, you can now combine the two to create the perfect pic on an iPhone.
Pro HDR, a new iPhone app, solves the contrast problem by capturing two images: one exposed for highlights and another exposed for shadows. Then, using a process called high dynamic range (the "HDR" part), it automatically aligns and blends the images, giving you a perfectly exposed, amazing 3-megapixel image that rivals a high-end point-and-shoot camera.
Pro HDR processes your photos at full resolution for best results and you can tweak various settings like color, brightness, and contrast. It easily creates stunning high-resolution photos of all those scenes that are just too contrasty to capture in a single picture.
GET IT: Pick up Pro HDR in the app store for $1.99.