I post a screenshot of a similar problem, showing how I used the color
reconstruction module. The screenshot contains a snapshot, so that half the
image is the darktable default, including the basecurve.
I drag the sliders until I get the best result.
Prior to color reconstruction, I lowered the exposure using the exposure
See the screen here: https://nc.alweb.dk/index.php/s/ndbtqwwvWCbvu2Z
søndag den 8. april 2018 22.10.42 CEST skrev Chris:
> Hi All,
> I am a recent convert to Darktable, and seem to be battling to find a
> good way to recover detail in highlights. Lightroom does such a good job
> of it with a single slider.
> I found this video: https://hooktube.com/watch?v=JF5CFQPgidk but he
> doesn't recover any detail, simply push colour into area's that are
> washed out... which is not what I am attempting to achieve. I would like
> to see the details in blown out cloudy skies recovered. Since I have
> literally seen this possible in lightroom, I am surprise I cannot
> recover the detail on the same raw file within darktable.
> Maybe you have all seen this question before, and have some suggestions?
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