Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 21st Aug 2008 16:16 UTC, submitted by jcornuz
Multimedia, AV Graphics and photography have been Apple's chasse gardee for years but for quite some time, MS Windows is on par with the Mac and the system of choice for photographers boils down to personal preferences more than anything else. But what about Linux? "My goal with this entry is to brush a big picture of where Linux stands as far as photography is concerned," Joel Cornuz explains, "What are the achievements, where improvements are needed and being worked on, and which pieces are still missing."
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by axel on Thu 21st Aug 2008 20:44 UTC
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Didn't even mention Bibble's linux version. Which is right up there with apature and lightroom.

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RE: Bibble
by melkor on Sat 23rd Aug 2008 09:14 in reply to "Bibble"
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Bibble? Last time I looked at it (around 18 months ago), it was a pile of ****. IQ is dreadful, at least with cr2 files. I wouldn't let it near my images.


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