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Surely many of us adore the output of the Fujifilm JPG engine. We all like to have our Provia, ClassicChrome or ClassicNegative film simulations at hand or maybe even use so-called “recipes”.
It’s perfectly fine, but sometimes we like, wish, or have to deal with RAWs.
Since every seasoned amateur or pro photographer has heard about big players on the market as Lightroom or Capture One, I’d like to share with you my concepts of usage and basic workflow with darktable.
Darktable is an OpenSource application to manage your photos library and develop raw images. It is free of charge – you don’t have to pay for a license key, subscription plans, or anything, though you may support the developers by making a donation if you wish.
Speaking of developers, you can reach them really easily e.g. via discuss.pixls.us forum, and believe me, they’re walking encyclopedias about physics of light and colour theory. As is the nature of OpenSource, everyone can share his or her voice, effectively shaping the future versions of darktable.
It’s a cross-platform app – you can download it for Windows 64-bit or MacOs by visiting the site: darktable.org or have it installed on your Linux machine right from the repository of your distro.
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