Many users of Darktable are Fujifilm camera users, and thankfully Fujifilm raw files work nicely with Darktable. However, I had some comments from Darktable users where they say that Fujifilm files can be underexposed by seemingly a lot once you open them in the darkroom. Here is your answer to why this is! I’ll giveContinue reading “Fujifilm raw files and why they can look underexposed in Darktable”
Author Archives: Mark G.Adams
Waterfalls, Darktable & How Shooting raw Really Can Save The Day!
I have my first new video of 2023 out now, and it is something very special. I am trying to make the on location videos a bit more interesting, so I have also included in the video, me editing some of the images from the day! Please view the video, and then like and commentContinue reading “Waterfalls, Darktable & How Shooting raw Really Can Save The Day!”
Waterfall country. Pontneddfechan
It was a glorious winters day, with it feeling more like Spring than it should. The water levels were not so high that we couldn’t get to where we wanted to go, and they gave us the opportunity to take some great photographs. Pontneddfechan is near Glynneath in South Wales, and is home to manyContinue reading “Waterfall country. Pontneddfechan”
Making Darktables Quick Access Panel Much More Efficient With A Few Simple Changes!
The Darktable quick access panel is a great idea, and you can perform almost all of your editing just using this panel. However, there is room for tweaking and making it much more efficient with just a few simple changes. As you know, working from the bottom of the quick access panel, everything is orderedContinue reading “Making Darktables Quick Access Panel Much More Efficient With A Few Simple Changes!”
Port Talbot Art Walk 2023
Port Talbot is a town known for many things, and not always good! However, it is a town of art, and great architecture. Where-as many today captured the art, I wanted to capture the art in the context of the town, and so you won’t find any head-on images, but images which show a differentContinue reading “Port Talbot Art Walk 2023”