The new darktable version 4.0 was released about 4 weeks ago. Of course I give an overview about the new features and changes - especially for IR photography. One thing right away: most of the changes are under the hood and for IR processing almost nothing has changed.Continue reading „Ep. 42: darktable 4.0 Review für Infrarot Bildbearbeitung“
To get an appealing color infrared with yellow foliage and blue sky a channel swap is usually necessary. With the exception of the InfraBlue filter, obviously this is true, but there may be subjects that simply look better without a channel swap. But when is that the case, and how do you know what works better?Continue reading „Ep. 41: Farb-IR ohne Kanaltausch? – 630 nm“
The new darktable version 3.8 is released and of course we have a look at the new features from an infrared post-processing point of view. Generally this version offers a lot of improvements and some very exciting new modules. I will not discuss all the new features but only those that are relevant for IR photography. All details and features are explained on the website (also with the latest manual by the way).
A big thank you to all developers and people involved!Continue reading „Ep. 39: Review von darktable 3.8 für Infrarot Bildbearbeitung“
The new darktable Version 3.6 is released! Again a great new version with many improvements and features. I introduce the new version with focus on infrared image processing and explain the basic setup.Continue reading „Ep. 34: darktable 3.6 für Infrarot Bildbearbeitung“
Episode 26 about infrared image processing is an update to episode 22. The problems with the new color calibration module have been fixed with version 3.4.1. I use a 630 nm and 550 nm image to show the channel swap procedure.Continue reading „Ep. 26: Kanaltausch für Infrarot Bilder“