Version 4.2 contains photo histograms. If you are not aware of the tool, it allows photographers to see and fix problems with their image with both exposure and color.
Histogram information helps you better adjust the colors for a better and more eye-catching image.
When you edit with history frames, it is possible to go too far and slide color and other information out of range and get lost. But with the histogram visible, the app will let you know when black, white, air colors are cut.
There will be an indicator on each side of the histogram and a short text message. In the image itself, the cut out pixels will also be marked in the image.
While histogram editing may not be something every photographer has used, Darkroom implementation is easy to use and can really help give a fresh look to your photos.
Darkroom is designed for iPhone and all iPad models. It can be downloaded now in 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 available tools and filters.