The developers claim that DCE AutoEnhance will help you with the time consuming job of adjusting and enhancing your daily digital images in a whole new way. It certainly offers a very professional package with some high-end features that photo enthusiasts will be impressed by.
DCE AutoEnhance approaches images from the perspective that each image is different and unique. While one may have been taken with a flash, another may have been taken outside with strong lights and another image may have been a long exposure taken in a night setting. While most processors apply a standard pre-canned adjustment on all your images, they often produce poor results.
DCE AutoEnhance uses the Exif Metadata information that your digital camera recorded into the image and processes the image accordingly to that. DCE knows if you used flash, if it was a long exposure during the night or a fast snapshot in full light. DCE is packed with some impressive features such as filter simulators for glass/gelatine filters, a lossless rotation tool and a powerful filter for portrait photography. There's also an excellent filter for portrait photography which "cleans" the subject's skin and enhances the tones.
The interface is clean and easy to use although this is clearly aimed at a pro-sumer market and beginners may find it overwhelming to navigate through the plethora of features to perform the simplest of tasks.