Underwater shutterbugs who prefer editing their pictures on their smartphones or tablets are in for a treat, because photography software company Vivid-Pix’s LAND & SEA software is now available on iTunes and will soon be available on Android’s Google Play.

Once the pictures are transferred from the camera to the smartphone or tablet, Vivid-Pix’s LAND & SEA image-enhancement technology allows you to quickly and easily improve your photos by automatically adjusting color, brightness, contrast, and sharpness. Simple, intuitive slider controls fine-tune as desired.

Vivid-Pix CEO Rick Voight says:

“In the world of seemingly unlimited apps, it is hard to imagine that something so unique and broadly needed for improving photos would just now be coming to light. However LAND & SEA is here now, and it is a great way for consumers to vividly, and in great detail, re-live and share their summertime memories of camping, visiting local and distant parks and forests, or cooling off at a nearby pool or beach.”

Once you’re satisfied with your processed image, LAND & SEA lets you save it as a full-resolution file or as a low-resolution HD file for emailing and sharing on social media.

You can find Vivid-Pix’s LAND & SEA app on iTunes for US$4.99/4.42 Euros, and the Android version will available soon on Google Play for the same price.

Once you download LAND & SEA, there’s also an available in-app upgrade for an additional $19.99/17.71 Euros that provides SCUBA depth image improvement and other features. The Android upgrade will also be available soon.

If you like processing your pictures the old-fashioned way, i.e. on a desktop/laptop computer, there’s a free trial version of LAND & SEA for either Mac or Windows you can immediately download with no credit card required. The full version costs $24.99/22.14 Euros for Windows or Mac OS.

For more information, check out the app on iTunes or more info on Vivid-Pix website at vivid-pix.com.

John Liang

John Liang is the News Editor at DeeperBlue.com. He first got the diving bug while in High School in Cairo, Egypt, where he earned his PADI Open Water Diver certification in the Red Sea off the Sinai Peninsula. Since then, John has dived in a volcanic lake in Guatemala, among white-tipped sharks off the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, and other places including a pool in Las Vegas helping to break the world record for the largest underwater press conference.

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