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mmmm. I like this one. From showfoto, part of DigiKam. It's not quite Nikon Color FX pro, but at least I don't have to run Windows.
24th Oct 2006, 03:15   | tags:,,,,

Mandy. says:

mmm tasty ir.

24th Oct 2006, 03:49

tullis says:

I've just been introduced to the Adobe Lightroom beta. Have you seen it. It hasn't made me reboot into Windows to install it, but I'm going to have to one day.

27th Oct 2006, 00:22

mat says:

Haven't seen it, have heard some good things. If you don't mind spending some money on Linux software, Bibble Pro is supposed to be awesome. On the floss side, F-spot is coming along well, although DigiKam is still my favourite. Photo management under Linux's biggest problem is that X needs more options for monitor colour profiles - I keep getting prints that aren't quite the colour I expected.

27th Oct 2006, 02:09

Mandy. says:

I've been looking at bibble. I need some software that places nice with 2000 and allows me to take photos while tethered to the laptop.

27th Oct 2006, 02:22