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hpr3218 :: An introduction to Darktable

A brief introduction to RAW photography, the Darktable application, and then sheep may safely graze

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Hosted by Paul Quirk on 2020-12-02 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Comment #1 posted on 2020-12-03 15:12:39 by Kevin O'Brien

Another great show

I am enjoying Paul Quirk's shows, and I'm looking forward to more. Darktable sounds like an interesting application that I need to check out.
Comment #2 posted on 2020-12-06 21:13:01 by Ray Arachelian

would have been useful to have this podcast as a video instead

When talking about GUIs it would have been a lot more useful to have a video podcast instead. Seeing it in action would then have been possible.
Comment #3 posted on 2020-12-08 09:37:53 by Ken Fallon

Supporting Video

Hi Ray, Thanks for the feedback. HPR is a Audio only Podcast, but I think Paul did a great job of describing the tool. I was able to follow along without problem while out and about. If you are interested in helping out, feel free to record a screen cast of the steps Paul took with this show as the audio track. We will happily link it here, or if you release it under a Creative Commons License we can add it to the episode. Ken.

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