Darktable map view

For many, it is important to keep track of where their images are taken. Darktable makes this easy for everyone, regardless of whether a given camera has built in GPS or not. The easiest is of course to have a camera with GPS, but unless you take your pictures with your phone, this is not…Les mer Darktable map view

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Darktable preferences, part 2

In part 1 of the preferences videos I went through the GUI options tab of the preferences dialog in darktable. If you haven’t watched it, I recommend you take a look here. In part 2 of the series I go through the rest of the options, divided into four more tabs: Core options, Session options,…Les mer Darktable preferences, part 2

What’s new in Darktable 2.6

What’s new in Darktable 2.6 Like the last few Christmases have done, this one too gave us a brand new version of my favourite image processing software, Darktable. This time we got a whole lot of new toys to play with. A whopping three new modules, significant updates to several others and lots of smaller…Les mer What’s new in Darktable 2.6

Black and White in Darktable

Black and white is a genre as old as photography itself. Back then it was the only way, if you wanted colours you had to get out your crayons and colour the print. These days we do it the opposite way. We take a colour image and make it black and white. Of course black…Les mer Black and White in Darktable

How to use Darktable’s Mask Manager

When making local adjustments in Darktable, one of the ways to isolate a part of an image is to use drawn masks. These can be combined in a number of ways, more than you can accomplish directly in the module where you make them. They can also be reused in other modules, and organized in…Les mer How to use Darktable’s Mask Manager

Sharpening in Darktable

Sharpening is a very delicate subject. It should be used with great care, and mostly to give a little bit of extra pop to already reasonably sharp images. It may be tempting to oversharpen in order to "fix" bad focus or motion blur from camera shake, but as this would be the same as restoring…Les mer Sharpening in Darktable

Reducing noise in Darktable

Noise from high ISO can be a pain sometimes. Darktable has several tools to help you get rid of it or at least reducing it. In this week's video I show you the different tools and how to work with them. https://youtu.be/olJmWwfE3hw There are however a couple of things to remember that I did not…Les mer Reducing noise in Darktable

Colour adjustments in Darktable

One of the most important aspects of photo editing is to adjust the colour balance. In Darktable there are many ways to do this. Check out my latest video if you want an overview of the different methods. https://youtu.be/wyTCAFlt15M

Colour saturation in Darktable

Colour saturation is another of those things that can be adjusted in a number of different ways in Darktable. Did you know that even the Levels module can be used for this? Check out the video below for more! https://youtu.be/RyPHYbjGKSw

Adjusting tones, part 2

It's no good showing things only on custom made test images. We also need real life examples to understand how to apply our new skills to our own images. In todays video I take the things we learned last time and apply them to real images. For example, why is it not a good idea…Les mer Adjusting tones, part 2