My December break project was to finally sit down and work on the Libre Arts website for my friend @prokoudine.
We soft-launched on Jan 1 and he's now ready to announce the site is open and ready for all! Come check out the amazing work he's doing reporting and covering the world of Free/Libre Arts!
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 #FreeSoftware darktable
Oh, just a casual #astrophotography 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:
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!
Photographer Chris Harris shares a mesmerizing view of a mountain snow line and glacial melt water for you to practice processing with in this #PlayRaw!
Come download the raw file and show us how you’d process it!
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
Darktable 3:RGB or Lab? Which Modules? Help!
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 #PlayRaw from community member Bastian! Come download this incredible shot and show us how you'd process it!
I love this shot of the Guggenheim (NYC) by sguyader available as a #PlayRaw image for anyone to download and share how they'd process the raw file!
Come show us how you'd approach developing it.
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.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!