By Lesa Snider

Apple probably thinks that not everyone wants to spend a ton of time correcting images. Heck, lots of people are content with a quick click of the Enhance tool in Photos for Mac or iOS, but that tool can’t fix every picture you take.

If you want to lighten only the shadows, darken only the highlights, boost contrast, change color saturation, and more, you need the advanced editing power nestled inside the app’s Adjustments panel. Many folks have discovered and use that panel in Photos for Mac but they don’t realize that it exists in Photos on your iOS device, too. It lacks some advanced adjustments you can use in Photos for Mac (histogram, sharpening, noise reduction, vignette, and so on) but it’s well worth using. Ssince the screens on iOS devices are so small, it takes some tapping to reveal its hidden—and outrageously powerful—controls.

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