2018-02-03 22:50 GMT+01:00 Diego Queres <diegoquere...@gmail.com>: > Ok.. i understood. > > Thanks to everyone! > > Maybe darktable is not the suitable tool for you. Darktable is basically a raw processor: it get a raw and, after processing, you can get an image that suits your taste/needs. If you are happy with the way the camera process the files, so you can shoot in jpeg and then use a picture editor to add some effets or processing with the jpeg as a basis. In this case, GIMP is your tool.
But shooting jpeg will be quickly frustrating: burnt sky, incorrect white balance, inadequate local contrast and many other things. I suppose you can shoot in raw+jpeg. So, if you are not short in storage, you can do so. So you get the manufacturer interpretation of the image (the jpeg) and you keep the raw for further improvement... later maybe. If you want to have an idea of what the raw looks like, click "Original" in darktable. And you will se a very dull, smooth, and flat image. The initial default modules are only to have a basic image. With no curve, it is too flat, with no sharpening, it is too smooth, and the orientation is to avoid you to get s stiff neck if the picture is in portrait mode :) J-L ____________________________________________________________________________ darktable user mailing list to unsubscribe send a mail to darktable-user+unsubscr...@lists.darktable.org