Description

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

** Winner of Apple Design Award in 2020 **
** Best of the App Store 2015 **

Available as a Universal app on iPhone, iPad, and macOS Big Sur with deep integration into all of the latest features.

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UNIVERSAL & FREE PHOTO EDITOR
All the tools you need to bring your photos to life are Live Photos, RAW images, and Portrait images offered for free, available on iPhone, iPad, and Mac!

VIDEO EDITOR (Darkroom+ Subscription)
Ridiculously fast and simple realtime color grading. All our filters and editing tools are video-compatible, including batch processing.

CURVES & SELECTIVE COLOR TOOLS (Darkroom+ Subscription)
This is the heart and soul of Darkroom: The most usable Curves and Selective Color tools on iOS. A dance of functionality, simplicity, and power.

PORTRAIT BLUR EDITING
Edit the foreground and background of your Portrait photos separately. Customize the blur in your Portrait photos, or the Brightness, Contrast, and Saturation of your foreground / background separately.

RAW EDITING
Edit RAW photos at their full resolution and the 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!

CREATE YOUR OWN FILTERS
The same tools that professional photographs use to create filters. Edit any of the built-in or premium filters to suit them to your needs, or create your own from scratch.

NO IMPORTS
All your photos are instantly available. Darkroom does not have an import step.

BATCH PROCESSING
Apply edits 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 from anywhere: Home screen, Today widget, Export sheet, and more. 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 > Apple 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

What’s New

Version 5.2.3

- We're re-introducing the Screenshot filter as a Setting! If you find yourself editing a lot of screenshots or screen recordings in Darkroom, this setting will save you a lot of error. Do note that this is off by default.
- Fixed many of our top crashes:
- Fixed a crash caused when exporting to HEIF.
- Fixed a crash related to Grain memory usage, when using the Photos Extension and some filters.
- Fixed a crash that could occur while importing.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when using the flag & reject action menu.
- Fixed several crashes related to displaying a file badge when viewing a photo.
- Fixed a Mac crash on launch when Photo Library is missing.
- Fixed an occasional crash on startup related to loading Darkroom albums
- Fixed the photo badges visually breaking on macOS.
- Fixed an issue that could cause a major memory spike when exporting.
- Fixed flagged album actions layout for iPad portrait orientation.
- Fixed on iPad & Mac the Metadata icon not toggling the tool area open and close.
- Added on Mac a dialog explaining how to provide Full Disk Access when Importing for the first time.
- Updated the text in our Early Supporter dialog to be clearer.
- Updated export option naming to be clearer.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Editors’ Choice

You don’t need lots of time or pro skills to make the most of this ultra-fast, super-intuitive photo editor. Darkroom can access your whole photo library at once, letting you immediately start cropping, adjusting curves and using preset filters or creating your own—until your pics are exactly how you want them.

CERDABOI ,

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.

Developer Response ,

We have been long at work resolving this issue and hope to ship the fix for it soon.

Brandon_219 ,

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.

Developer Response ,

Screenshots are there, we just hide theme to declutter. In the Album selector, pick the Screenshots Smart Album and browse and edit to your hearts content.

App Privacy

The developer, Bergen Co., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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