So many bars and restaurants have far too little lighting to get a good shot of anything that you’re eating or drinking without looking like a complete nerd. Back lighting and overhead lighting can also be a pain. Short of annoying your companions with incessant adjustments to your too-much-for-you SLR, you can add a little fairy dust to your common iPhone photos with two apps: Camerabag ($1.99, link goes to iTunes) and Best Camera ($2.99, link includes quick tutorial).Camerabag applies certain looks to your photos and is fun, but won’t save that many shots from the darkness. Best Camera, developed by local photographer Chase Jarvis, works especially well for shots of food and booze that you intend to export to social media. The shot on the right isn’t going to make it into Photography Today, but it’s so much more visually appealing to the bland untouched photo on the left, and looks cooler on mobile devices. Use the “light” and “warm” filters to this app to salvage at least half of your low light, late night bar photos, assuming that’s a good thing.