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Magic Pictures

Xsight Technologies, has identified three ways to improve the quality of pictures. These techniques will help you take better digital pictures:

  • Adjust The Contrast
  • Switch To Black & White
  • Save Your "Lossless" Files

Check out the detail article over at Xsight Technologies website:

Xsight Technologies is coming out with a new tool that truly sharpens images and compresses them simultaneously. It's currently available as a website application, and soon they will have an iOS and Android version.

Watch Magic Pictures in Action!

Visit and in the header you'll see a place to upload a picture. Try a couple of pictures and see how good the quality of your picture comes out. Then check out the compression savings. The slider functionality shows you the before/after.

Olympus XZ-2 iHS Test

Here's an example of a photo I took at the Wayside in Sudbury, Massachusetts on October 30, 2016. The photo was taken with my Olympus XZ-2 iHS, and the default file size is 3.925.7 MB.

Wayside Magic Picture

The rocks on the building are clearer and the fall colors do pop out more using Magic Pictures. I can see how this could really make photos pop.

iPhone 6s Plus Testing

In my testing, I found that pictures taken with my Olympus XZ-2 iHS had better file size compression. Photos taken with my iPhone 6s Plus had much clearer pictures but were slightly larger. Here's an example of the iPhone 6s Plus:

Bostoni Phone Magic

In the side-by-side comparison, I can tell that the colors are brighter and the grass and trees aren't as blurry as they are in the original.



In October 2015, I upgraded my iPhone 5s to an iPhone 6s Plus. I am always looking for new exciting ways to use the device. Occasionally, I will share some new practical tip about the iPhone 6s Plus.


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