Histograms Come to Photo Editor Darkroom in a New Update

Version 4.2 features histograms. If you aren’t aware of the tool, it allows photographers to spot and fix problems with their image with both exposure and color.

With the histogram information, you can better adjust the colors for a better and more eye-catching image.

When editing with historgrams, it is possible to go too far and push color and other information out of range and lost. But with the histogram is visible, the will tell you when black, whites, air colors are being clipped.

There will be an indicator at either side of the histogram and a short text message. On the image itself, the clipped pixels will be marked on the photo as well.

Even though histogram editing might not be something every photographer has used, ’s implementation is easy to use and can truly help a new look to your photos.

Darkroom is designed for the iPhone and all iPad models. It can be downloaded now on the App Store for free.

You can unlock a number of filters and other tools with separate in-app purchases. The most cost-effective option is $9.99 to unlock all of the available tools and filters.

You might also like More from author

Comments are closed.