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Scarab Darkroom provides a variate set of tools that work together in order to assist you in easily enhancing the quality of your RAW images and generate masterpieces that you can be proud of. While it does not sport the same rich feature set of its most important competitors, the extended range of supported digital cameras (various models from Canon, FujiFilm, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Samsung and Sony, even some of the latest ones) and the ease of use makes it rather popular amongst users. The straightforward approach that it goes for does not mean that it does not include a wide palette of editing tools. On the contrary, there are various aspects that you can adjust in Scarab Darkroom to make your photo stand out from the crowd.
The main interface comprises a tree-view file explorer and a simple thumbnail browser that help you quickly find the picture you want to process. The photo is then displayed within the large preview pane, which occupies most of the GUI, so that no detail is missed.
The application enables you to fine-tune your photo, adjust the brightness, contrast, the highlight recover, black and fill light levels in order to alter its exposure. The temperature, the tint, hue, saturation, luminance and vibrance levels can also be changed and a grayscale effect can be applied.
Split toning, sharpening without amplifying interpolation artifacts, noise filtering, chromatic aberration, tone curve adjustment, cropping, resizing are some of the other options for editing your photography.
The 'Metadata' tab displays details about the conditions in which the photo was taken, such as exposure, aperture, the focal length, ISO speed and date.
Using a proprietary demosaic algorithm and its color-grading engine, Scarab Darkroom offers good detail rendering, high output quality and a complete set of tools for digital photography processing.
- Fixed the missing highlight warning button in version 2.26
- Fixed wrong colours with some cameras in the 2.26 version (eg. Canon EOS 5D III)
- Fixed a missing dll in the new 64-bit installer, which prevented the program from starting on some older CPU-s, like many of the early Core 2 Duo-s
- Program automatically maximises its window on start if it was maximised the last time it was closed
- A minor performance optimisation
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