[Digikam-users] How does one use digikam source for casual testing?

jdd jdd at dodin.org
Thu May 8 18:32:09 BST 2008

Paul Waldo wrote:
> That's good if it works for you, but keep in mind that if image
> corruption occurs at the right place in your workflow, you still
> have problems.  You are taking a corrupted image and copying it to
> multiple external drives and distributing it to your family.  You
> may be able to reconstruct some form of the original from the
> edited image you keep, but it's not the "negative".

the worst moment is the copy from the card to the computer, the two 
copies are at risk

but this is not worst than with film, when putting it in chimicals...



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