HDR Photography on Linux | LAS s30e06

HDR Photography on Linux | LAS s30e06

Ian Hex a talented photographer whose workflow is completely under Linux, joins us to discuss his must have open source photo management tools for Linux, how he creates his amazing HDR images, and his thoughts on strengths and weakness of using Linux for photography.

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Ian Hex: Linux Photographer


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What’s particularly rad about this tutorial is that the photos are processed using 100% organic, free and open-source software. That means it’s, of course, free of cost but also you’re free to modify the software exactly how you want. Furthermore, as it’s open-source, you are free to examine the inner guts of the software as much as you like and, should you wish to, you can modifications or even contribute advancements to the software yourself! You don’t need to worry about the cost of forced upgrades or deliberate obsolescence. It’s yours. =)

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