"I'm still not sure why the people of ancient Rome who invented vi decided to name their text editor after the number 6?"
This article is hilarious! https://smallstep.com/blog/the-poetics-of-cli-command-names/
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!
And I know none of this'll matter
In the long run
But I know a sound is still a sound
And while I'm in this body
I want somebody to want
And I want what I want
And I want
To love me
-Fiona Apple "I Want You to Love Me"
Gorgeous light amongst the ruins of Kendal Castle. Good to see all the trees in leaf around the castle too.
More photos from the walk here https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2020/5/12/pandemic-peregrinations-castle-hill-kendal-cumbria-spring 👍
@iconography I honestly think it's much more enjoyable to view passion projects and personal work of an artist. I suppose so much of enjoying art in general is ultimately about seeing the world through the artist.
@iconography I've always felt it should be about having fun, enjoying yourself, and doing something that's important to nobody else in the world but you. You do you, as awesome as you do. :)
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
@frd One thing you can do there is follow the conference social media itself; @socallinuxexpo on Twitter (not sure where else atm). We put the track together within their CFP and schedule; dates & announcements are their prerogative.
Thing #2 to do would be join the CREATE mailing list if you're not on it yet. https://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/create
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!
@paperdigits @killyourfm @rgh @alcinnz @ChrisTalleras We've been giving this some thought and met at LGM last year to start a conversation around this (although sadly I've been covered in work/life to-dos that have kept me quiet). We've still got ideas and thoughts we'd love to contribute/share/coordinate about!
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!
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