One of the first applications that have been updated to be fully compatible with the new version of macOS is Darkroom, a photo and video editor that reaches version 5.7 and is also available for iOS 15, being support for Shortcuts one of the main novelties.
Other novelties that come from the hand of version 5.7 of Darkroom is Clarity, a functionality that due to the technical limitations of previous versions of macOS, it was only available in the iOS version.
Along with the Clarity feature, the guys at Darkroom have implemented one of the most requested features by users. We are talking about RAW Smart Album, a new album that is located in the sidebar of the library that collect all images in RAW format.
We are excited to implement full Shortcut support on macOS. This is particularly exciting for us because of all the ways shortcuts are built into Monterey.
Now you can edit your photos directly from the Finder, from the menu bar or from context menus. The full power of Darkroom’s editing engine is exposed, including clipping, filters, frames, and more.
This works for photos anywhere on your file system, not just those in your iCloud Photo Library!
This new version includes a new slider to zoom in and out of images, in an effort by the developer to continually refine and improve all the important details. Zooming in Darkroom is now a much smoother and more efficient experience.
Darkroom is available for your download for free e requires a monthly or annual subscription.