|Developer(s)||Silicon Beach Software|
|Type||Raster graphics editor|
Digital Darkroom was an innovative, award-winning Apple Macintosh graphics program for editing gray-scale photos. It was published by Silicon Beach Software in 1987. It was programmed by Ed Bomke and Don Cone.
Another innovation of Digital Darkroom was the Magic Wand tool, which also appeared later in Photoshop.
When Silicon Beach Software was acquired by Aldus Corporation, Digital Darkroom continued to be published by the Aldus Consumer Division, but was never updated to include color.
The trademark "Digital Darkroom" was acquired by MicroFrontier in 1997 and used for a completely new image-editing program that does work with color. The software was acquired by Digimage Arts in 2002 and is sold in versions for Windows and Mac operating systems.
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