If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to Lightroom for managing and processing your raw photos, there’s some good news: the free and open source software darktable is now finally available for Windows users.
darktable was originally released back in 2009 and has been used by photographers running Mac and Linux-based systems. The software contains a set of photo editing features that helps you do non-destructive post-processing on raw files, especially in large batches.
Without a doubt macphun was my go to plugins for enhancements under macos. Hence the name. Now they also have pc versions of their most used suites and a lot more is coming. So it’s time for …
DxO acquires Nik Collection assets from Google and plans to continue to develop the Collection for the benefit of the photographer community.
Source: Homepage - Nik Collection by DxO
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