Yes that's a pet peeve for me and I hesitated fixing that image but the photo and room was nice and I felt it needed to be seen. Even though it wasn't my photo. I think most folks here use camera phones, and the majority of them have built in apps to alter or fix any images. You don't have to download a separate app. On an iPhone for instance, in PHOTOS just alter the light, and within that area you can work on exposure, shadows and contrast if you like. Especially those who have dark rooms or when you are shooting right into a back lit window coming at you. Sometimes play with your images before you upload them. I've bee representing commercial photographers for over thirty years and am in awe of their talent. But yes you can now do so much with a friggen phone. I used to be into photography myself when I was young but working with these great photographers has taught me a ton more about the value of imagery. I love look at all these rooms so I want to view them in the best possible light. That's what this particular thread is all about. Beautiful rooms, beautiful equipment and the viewing of the wide variety of tastes.... Love it all.