SharpenFX – a free RawTherapee Profiles set as part of PictureFX

Having a set of HaldCLUTS to give our pictures a personal artistic touch is one thing, but in a normal workflow you probably want to do some basic picture enhancement to. This is where SharpenFX can help ( download below ). In IT/programming it is common to do and make…

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The Classic Camera Project – How to buy a good classic camera

Who still buys old analog cameras ? Photography students, Lomographers, a few die hard real film lovers, and not to forget : camera collectors. These last one are a completely different buyers group, as for a collector other factors are important, like its state. A real user needs a camera…

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DIY Portable RawTherapee In Depth

A brand new “workshop” article,  about making your own portable RawTherapee. Creating RawTherapee Portable in depth. Better explained, solutions for occurring problems, workarounds for issues. Downloadable tools, and more to come later …

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“Die Hard” HDR’s possible with Open Source Software ?

See also @ Flickr : https://www.flickr.com/photos/pentaxianbelgium/16878789781/ Yard cranes. Yet another “die hard” HDR. Partly developed with RawTherapee 4.2.73 HC ( Hald CLUT – http://www.digicrea.be/downloads/my-downloads/ ) to TIFF – only exposure and auto levels. Sometimes i use the graduated filter to make the sky more dramatic, and start tone mapping before…

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23 reasons to download the new “Photographer Script Compilation v 2.0” for Gimp

Twenty three of the best and most wanted scripts for photographers, many new scripts added, and renewed “Photographer” menu.   Adjust colors, contrast, exposure, noise reduction, sharpen and quick picture fix. B&W film channels with 15 well known film emulations, like Kodak Tri-X, Ilford FP4 etc… Different simulated colored filters,…

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Gimp Script Compilation for Photographer

Hello, For editing pictures, I use Partha’s Gimp version 2.8.14 – its great ! The only thing I always find difficult – and therefore don’t like, is searching in the “filter”s menu for a particular script. It would be much easier if common scripts would be available in a specific…

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