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”

Rest Bay Porthcawl – A Day Of Photos, Stacking Images, Long Exposures And Panoramas

It was a stunningly beautiful January day, the sun was out, there was no biting wind and the temperature wasn’t too bad with the sun blazing down on us. The trail was a long path along the coast, over a set of sand dunes and then back again. A flat, and not too hard 12,000Continue reading “Rest Bay Porthcawl – A Day Of Photos, Stacking Images, Long Exposures And Panoramas”

Simply and quickly avoiding hue colour shifts with Darktables Filmic/Sigmoid modules.

Darktable is a fantastic editing program, but it is not without its faults. For many, Darktable is overly complicated, and the tutorials available for it are technical or too long winded to sit through for many people. For this “Darktable Simplified” tutorial (as I’ll call them from now on), we will quash your worries andContinue reading “Simply and quickly avoiding hue colour shifts with Darktables Filmic/Sigmoid modules.”

Coity Castle & Church.

It has been a long break from group meets, so a month later and I was eager to get out and take photographs. We had a brilliant turnout, with 21 of us taking image of the castle and church at Coity in Bridgend, South Wales. I took this opportunity to become a new me, soContinue reading “Coity Castle & Church.”