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The answer is definitely YES but if this iPhone use only then it probably doesn't really matter as the destruction of your image is part of the aesthetic of SNAPSEED. NIK Filters make a sharpening plugin and a Analogue FX plugin for photoshop that you can use with 16bit images - as NIK make SNAPSEED then that's the direction you could go


So, the short answer if you're editing and saving from Snapseed is yes. There are a couple of reasons why this will result in reduction of quality: You've discarded data from RAW to PNG/JPG in the first place. This now gives less information for Snapseed to work with and so further edits could result in even less data, especially in the shadows and ...


Camera Awesome Camera awesome will allow you to change the exposure of a photo before and after you take it. Hey but with iOS 8 coming out soon there are advanced editing features :)


KitCamera seems to be able to do what you're asking for. It's now free, and has an actual exposure compensation slider. Which is a bit odd, as that's not supposed to be possible. Perhaps it's a hack or a kludge; I don't know. Regardless, iOS 8 allows apps to do this natively, so we'll likely be seeing this feature added to many camera apps.

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