Do you often find yourself frustrated with too dark or too light areas in the same photo? The photo was supposed to cause admiration, but now is not suitable for sharing at all. There may be several reasons for photos to come out in lower quality than expected – camera’s automatic mode, poor quality camera, low light, etc. Professional photographers know better how to focus on a subject and not to miss important details, but even professional photographers use image processing software for some image correction. Practically each photo can be improved – all depends on how many drawbacks an image has, and what software is available. The most ideal software each photographer and amateur dreams of is the one that intuitively feels how to present a regular image in its full blossom. Let’s think of an image scanned from a film camera. It is most likely that image borders will be not clearly visible; some image parts will be blurred, and some will be too bright. Looks like it’s hard to improve so many drawbacks, but it’s possible if maximum/minimum effect is applied. The Maximum effect broadens highlight regions in the image. It works by comparing each pixel to its neighbor and replacing darker pixels with lighter pixels. The Minimum effect broadens shadow regions in the image. It works by comparing each pixel to its neighbor and replacing lighter pixels with darker pixels. One of the features of ImageConverter Plus our users appreciate most is intuitive interface. But not just that – we try to “pour our heart into it” so that what you personally feel about image improvement will be followed by the software.