At the start of this year I posted my article about Switching to Linux from MocOS (OS X). This was sparked by my New Years Resolution to escape from all the proprietary, controlled environments, services, tools and software that I have depended to used for over a decade of computing using a Mac and OS X.
Last week’s article outlined the first two steps on my post-photographic Linux workflow, storing images and cataloguing, organizing, or managing images. In this article I will continue with the last two steps for image processing and correction and exporting and distributing the images.
Because of fog I was not able to get a good photo of the supper moon, but today was a different story.
0 – Introduction
Because I switched from MacOS to Linux (Ubuntu) I also had to change my post-photographic workflow. This article is a revised version of my earlier articles with the adjustments that were required due to the OS switch and adopting DarkTable as my RAW processor.
It has been almost a year since my last blog entry. The reason for it is (was) very simple, I got extremely busy with my real business, Illumonus. You may have read my blog entries about Business Semantic Interoperability and my idea about building a Business Semantic Thesaurus called LinguMatic, guess what? It is happening! The concept has been proven during an ISO/IEC/ITU/UNECE Proof of Concept in which Illumonus played a major role.