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Any Linux Users Here?

Discussion in 'Post Processing Forum' started by etrigan63, Jun 1, 2018.

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    etrigan63 Premium Member

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    That’s why I’m working with Rawtherapee. It has a module dedicated to X-Trans III sensor based raw files.
     
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    Hi Jonathan, just been on your website and portfolio and I'm very impressed.
    Is there a way to view your images full screen?
     
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    Thanks for viewing my website.
    The image are reduced in physical size and pixels to prevent them being used by commercial organisations without my permission.
     
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    RawTherapee was the first Linux-based pp software I used, but it has now become so overloaded with "features" that I have no use for that it is far too cumbersome. But I can open the compressed raw files in RT, do some basic processing, and then export the file as a 16-bit tiff for further processing in LZ.
     
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    Yeah, RT can be a bit overwhelming. I found that the trick is to use the custom profiles once you get your look settled in. The film simulations are very nice and I have added several additional film looks including X-Trans III film simulations.
     
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    I don't have any experience photo editing in Linux but thanks everyone for sharing. I'm looking at getting a new computer that will be used for photo editing and as a long time Linux user, I'd love to use Linux, but I've been using OS/X's built in photo app for photo editing and I am happy with that. I am not a professional so I don't need something with a bunch of extra features. Are any of the open source options similar to Apple's Photo app?
     
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    digiKam is available for Mac Please login or register to view links. It has many of the features of Apple Photos.
     
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    Thanks, I'll give it a try on my Mac before purchasing a new computer.
     
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    F2B I wrote DCL on VMS... Macs are actually BSD under the hood.. Posix is good stuff.
     
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    Mr Torvalds gave us all a good gift..
     
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    Which DCL? I remember vms. I was more an emacs guy :).
     
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    nano FTW!
     
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    Digital Command Language the script language for VMS.
     
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    Nano for sure on Posix.

    What distro are you using?
     
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    Ubuntu Mate 18.04. The DE is nice and consistent and the underlying OS is stable.
     

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