|Posted by Makeshift Mickey|
Thanks for the feedback. Could you give some more details about what exactly could be improved here?
Start by playing with the contrast curve. Learn by doing. Most apps allow near infinite adjustment points to be set along the curve line.
You can adjust the upper(brightness) and lower (darkness) limits as well.
Some apps like the old Canon DPP made this very easy to do. I normally start with the correct WB, killed the saturation so it's a b&w image and dial it in then add saturation (color). Play with the Rd, bl, grn tone curves if needed.
If the image WB/exposure was correct you can dial it in.
With RAW images you have much more leeway, up to +/-3 f/stops for exposure and WB. Best to shoot RAW in low light.