Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor

Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor for PC and Mac

Written by Bergen Co.


  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release date: 2022-10-30
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 6.0.3
  • File size: 95.30 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 11.0
  • How it works | What is Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor?


Whatʹs Great

1. Edit any of the built-in or premium filters to suit them to your needs, or create your own from scratch.

2. Edit RAW photos at their full resolution and the recover the full range of details in the shadows and highlights.

3. Customize the blur in your Portrait photos, or the Brightness, Contrast, and Saturation of your foreground / background separately.

4. The same tools that professional photographs use to create filters.

5. Create sets of hashtags that you can export with one-tap from anywhere: Home screen, Today widget, Export sheet, and more.

6. Edit the foreground and background of your Portrait photos separately.

7. All our filters and editing tools are video-compatible, including batch processing.

8. You can go to your Settings > iTunes & App Store > Apple ID > Subscriptions to manage your membership and turn auto-renew off.

9. Darkroom is a premium photo & video editor that is easy to use by casual photographers, yet powerful enough for the pros.

10. This is the heart and soul of Darkroom: The most usable Curves and Selective Color tools on iOS.

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Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor Features and Description


Key Features

Latest Version: 6.0.3

  • Licence: Free
  • Rated 4.8/5 By 21,785 People



    What does Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor do? Darkroom is moving photo editing to its mobile-centric and computational future. Photo editing is simplified for iPhone photographers, and supercharged with powerful AI-backed algorithms to more efficiently express yourself. Available as a single universal app on iPhone, iPad, and PC with deep integration into all of the latest platform features. ---- AI-POWERED DEPTH EDITING Powerful algorithms generate a 3D map of the scene in your photo, allowing you to edit the primary subject, foreground, background, and any range in-between. SMART OBJECT DETECTION Intelligently single out the sky, hair, glasses, skin or teeth when editing Portrait and ProRAW photos. CREATE YOUR OWN PRESETS The same creative tools that professional photographs use to create timeless presets are available to you. VIDEO COLOR GRADING Ridiculously fast 4K color grading with realtime playback. All our filters and editing tools are video-compatible, including batch processing. CURVES & SELECTIVE COLOR TOOLS The most usable Curves and Selective Color tools on iOS. Fast, powerful, and touch-friendly . RAW EDITING Edit RAW photos at their full resolution and 16 bits of color depth. Recover the full range of details in the shadows and highlights. FULL ALBUM MANAGEMENT Our complete suite of album management tools allow you to organize your library extremely quickly. Every action in Darkroom applies to your iCloud Photo Library! NO IMPORTS Your entire photo library is instantly available and always in sync. Darkroom does not have an import step. BATCH PROCESSING Apply edits, frames, and filters to many photos at once. Favorite/Delete/Hide many images with a single tap. HASHTAG MANAGER & SIRI SHORTCUTS Create sets of hashtags that you can export with one-tap. Create your own Siri Shortcuts to copy all your favorite hashtags from any app. MEMBERSHIP TRIAL AND SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Your Darkroom+ membership will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can go to your Settings > iTunes & App Store > Microsoft ID > Subscriptions to manage your membership and turn auto-renew off. Your iTunes Account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed. Read more about our terms and conditions here: https://darkroom.co/legal/terms.html Read more about our privacy policy here: https://darkroom.co/legal/privacy-policy.html

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    Software Installation Requirements


    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)

    FAQs


    Darkroom: Photo & Video Editor - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims


    • By Brandon_219
      4

      Screenshots are pictures too

      If I could add one advanced feature it would be spot-selected white balance, but I'm content with the controls for the most part. If I could add one basic feature that really shouldn't be an issue, though, it'd be to import screenshots. Why the hell are screenshots excluded? I have this near-perfect photo editor and can't edit 1/4 of my photos. I know screenshots aren't ideal for printing but they're good for testing crops and testing edits of photos, the latter I can't do without making copies of photos thanks to this app's strange limitation. Yes I can test edits on a single image but I would have to note and undo every edit to try the next. It just seems so much more inefficient than simply allowing screenshots to be edited. Edit: added one star. It's good that screenshots aren't completely excluded, but I still wish they appeared in albums like normal photos do. In an attempt to declutter, per developer's response, I feel like they've actually created more clutter in making screenshots harder to navigate and cause needless frustration by making them disappear from albums they're in. If you want to declutter the normal camera roll, that's fine, but favorites and other albums should be left alone.


    • By CERDABOI
      5

      Great features but unstable

      Although there are no selective editing brushes, Darkroom is probably the only editor with this many editing tools that allows you to batch edit on mobile. The only thing that’s missing is some stability. It always crashes on my 5th gen iPad mini. The only things I would improve is the stability of app itself, the grain feature, because the grain gets wayyy to gritty, and a noise reduction feature. Honestly I think noise reduction would be more important than a selective brush. I could use Darkoom for event photo editing, where I barely finding myself using the selective brush, but then that leaves out a trusty noise reduction feature so I feel like it really limits my options when it comes to picking a project to edit with this app. I would still rather stick to doing the majority of my editing with Lightroom. This app came very close to opening up my workflow but that one feature of noise reduction missing is a deal breaker for me.


    • By Don'tWantToType
      4

      Full of options

      Some nice filters and the app has full of valuable features. They give you enough free options to keep your interest and let you test the paid features before you decide to purchase. No annoying ads is a plus. It’s not easy to commit these days as you don’t know how things will turn out but it’s one of the few apps that I haven’t deleted after running into something unbearable. I really like some of the film like filters. I hope there will be more refinement in that area based on some professional coloring techniques to get a really pro look to photos and videos. It can be a challenge to get good color in your still and moving images. This app’s filters don’t feel cheap. Only thing that bugs me now is you can edit a slow motion video. It becomes normal speed. I don’t know if can be slowed back down after exported but it’s difficult to work on something meant to be viewed slowly while it’s moving rapidly. Otherwise I’d say keep up the good work! It’s beautiful app full of functional features and booming with more potential. For now the only other apps in my personal use that compete with this app are the photoshop apps, even though they can also do layers. For video so far I still rely on my desktop software even though I believe mobile edit is the future. Would be amazing if this app could also animate still photos or bond with video but that’s probably asking too much.


    • By GodBlesstheFreaks
      5

      I HAVE FOUND THE ONE

      My go to editor . It’s crazy I’ve got to cull all these damned apps . I can’t afford all the subscriptions. Although this app usually does not cost after you buy it, with the problem of hurting one companies feelings ( do they have any? ) I’m sure they do , but for the money and the fact that FilicPro, , Remote & their camera app are bundled, every-time I open it they upgrade it to the newest version . So eat that Adobe. That and the fact that I have the Zhuhai Smooth 4 it has an upgrade and firmware upgrade that keeps it compatible with The gimbal. . I also believe that even with so many variables, FILMIC PRO BUNDLE IS THE MOST LIKELY ONE APP WHICH I WILL DEDICATE MY PHOTO/ VIDEO AND USE LUNAFUSION FOR EDITIng. Sorry you all are good and any one of the top players are in the running , FILMIC PRO seems to have the most for the least $ . Sorry Camera +, I’ll try and keep current as long as you hold me the owner of the software. NES pas?


    • By JackAttack39
      5

      Why no “Camera Roll” option?

      Why not include a Camera Roll option in the Album picker? Some of us are working with pictures from the camera, screenshots, selfies, and downloaded photos all at once. The options currently provided limit what is seen by the user without a lot of guesswork and jumping through many different album options which causes so much unnecessary frustration. An un-sorted Camera Roll album option would eliminate this and allow us to work with ease. If this option gets added in an update, I’ll stick around and even subscribe, as I really do enjoy all of the features and feel the developers deserve compensation for their hard work. However, if this doesn’t get changed I’ll be forced to stick with Ultralight to get my needs suited, which is a shame because I really wanted Darkroom to be my go-to.


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