Here are the links for this Tuesday – a bit late, I managed to set the timer the wrong way…..
[UPDATE] I forgot one important link: A new version of G’MIC, numbered 188.8.131.52, has been released. It is really impressive. And David Tschumperlé’s car broke down and leaves him in a bad financial situation. David is the guy behind G’MIC, you know what to do with his donation buttons, don’t you?
Patrick David has a close look at skin faults. With Blue Light. And provides even a script for that. After reading that you know why RED light is more romantic…..
Do you remember LightZone? A really good program for Linux and MacOS, but proprietary code? No costs but threatening to charge in the future? It is now Free Software! Check it out – I want some opinions if I should go into it!
GIMPHELP.ORG has a script collection that has all compatibility problems with 2.8/2.9 ironed out. And more stuff.
Lens Fun is a library for correcting Lens Errors in digital images. And there is a plugin for GIMP to correct lens distortions using that plugin.
Setting up the Wacom Tablets in Gnome – I have to confess I just found that…..
Shotwell got way better RAW files magagement and a very special changelog entry.
The Bayer Filter is the usual way to get colour into the colour blind sensor and eat a ot of light on the way.. Now Panasonic has something new and brighter, Physics at it’s best. Let’s hope that they do better than the Foveon Sensor.
No DSLR, variable weather, playground and patient little blonde girl at hand for test shots? Try the camera simulator.
Nikon has a new firmware out for my camera!
“The world’s best interview show about photography and all things creative.” His own words. But I like it very much!
Up to next Tuesday with an epic battle between JPG and PNG