Take one determined @paperdigits and the will to professionally alter his Fuji XT-20 to block everything below 590nm and voila! Alien Joshua trees in the SoCal desert! Processed in darktable

see more: discuss.pixls.us/t/infrared-jo

Using G'MIC and GIMP to create moving photographs by community member Scribbleed! A nice little tutorial to play with (come share your results):

discuss.pixls.us/t/using-gmic-

Oh, just a casual shot of the M63 galaxy using Siril with *19,000* stacked images by community member Fabrice Faure. '

He discusses workflow a little on the topic:
discuss.pixls.us/t/m63-with-16

Another gorgeous from our friend Jonas Wagner
of a ridiculously charmed view from the Alps and the setting sun. Come get the and show us how you'd process this incredible view!

discuss.pixls.us/t/play-raw-fa

Another from community member Bastian of a birds-eye view of lower Manhattan from a helicopter(!). Grab the raw file and share how you would process this image!

discuss.pixls.us/t/play-raw-mi

Community member Kane Davis shares a ridiculously warm and beautiful barn scene near Lincoln, CA for everyone to practice processing with! Come grab the raw file and share how you'd process this gorgeous scene!

discuss.pixls.us/t/barn-scene-

Community supporter Massimo Bill shares a raw output from his negative scanner for a to practice processing. Come check out his post and share how you'd process the image!

discuss.pixls.us/t/grainy-refl

Photographer Chris Harris shares a mesmerizing view of a mountain snow line and glacial melt water for you to practice processing with in this !

Come download the raw file and show us how you’d process it!

discuss.pixls.us/t/snowline-an

Obligatory "I made bread!" isolation post.

Actually glad I managed a half decent sandwich bread loaf.

Community member Morgin shares some amazing raw shots from Portland, OR, for everyone to practice processing with! Come download them and share how you'd approach editing these.

Lost RAWs of Cathedral Park
discuss.pixls.us/t/lost-raws-o

Darktable 3:RGB or Lab? Which Modules? Help!

pixls.us/articles/darktable-3-

A wonderful writeup to help understand some color information, the scene-referred color workflow, and related darktable modules from the developer of filmic, Aurélien Pierre!

Ever wanted to edit a raw image of Manhattan (as taken from a helicopter)?

Here's your chance in this from community member Bastian! Come download this incredible shot and show us how you'd process it!

discuss.pixls.us/t/play-raw-mi

I love this shot of the Guggenheim (NYC) by sguyader available as a image for anyone to download and share how they'd process the raw file!

Come show us how you'd approach developing it.

discuss.pixls.us/t/play-raw-so

omg. y'all.

It's the 30th (!!!!) anniversary of the release of Nine Inch Nails "Pretty Hate Machine"!

Where the hell did the years go?! WHERE?!

“We are not superstitious in our profession, sir,” replied the doctor, “but the sea makes people so.”

This week we move the ghost story to the sea! The dank, rotting darkness of madness. Enjoy "The Upper Berth" by F.M. Crawford

patdavid.net/2019/10/the-upper

New short ghost story this week (and it's a classic):

"The Monkey's Paw" by W.W. Jacobs!

Even if you think you know the story already it's worth another read - Jacobs manages to give you a good shiver in only a few pages!

patdavid.net/2019/10/the-monke

Come help us create a nice package of Free color look-up-tables (LUTs) for easy application of various looks! There's already a ton from @gmic - and we're hoping to provide even more.

discuss.pixls.us/t/help-to-cre

I just realized that my love for Ravel's Bolero possibly stemmed from "The Orgy" scene in Conan the Barbarian!

"The Orgy" by Basil Poledouris youtube.com/watch?v=BOUs6er51b

"Bolero": youtube.com/watch?v=r30D3SW4OV

(side note - Conan the Barbarian has an amazing score).

I wanted to post my favorite ghost (short) stories for every day of October, but didn't plan well - so I'll try to at least post one (maybe two) a week instead.

So here's "The Red Room" by H.G. Wells!

patdavid.net/2019/10/the-red-r

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