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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

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#1 Done

#2 I'm in the Create ml. Will keep a closer eye for the future.

#3 A big part of the Kdenlive team will be at LGM this year. ;)

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@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.

Lots of other confs out there to be aware of, including the biggie @lgm in Rennes FR this coming May....
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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 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 image for anyone to download and share how they'd process the raw file!

Come show us how you'd approach developing it.

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?!

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merriam-webster has a site where you can find out what words were first used in print the same year you were born and (link here: )

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“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

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If I owned a gym in Washington DC, I feel like I would be compelled to name it "Capital Gainz" and that's probably why I'm not in business.

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!

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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.

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