[Digikam-users] Elle Stone's work in color management

Paul Verizzo paulv at paulv.net
Tue Mar 15 22:40:05 CET 2011

A huge "Thank you!" for this, Elle! 

I started by reading the first link only to be overwhelmed by the 
continuous text w/o breaks or headings.  I was thinking of offering some 
advice    :-D      and then followed up with the other links.  Very nice!

Your work got me going to investigate adjusting my monitor, it's in 

Thanks again, Paul
> "
> Today's Topics:
>    1.  Color Management Jeopardy (Elle Stone)
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> Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2011 16:04:02 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Elle Stone <l.elle.stone at gmail.com>
> Subject: [Digikam-users]  Color Management Jeopardy
> To: digikam-users at kde.org
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> Several years ago, I put together a Color Management Tutorial for the digiKam
> documentation. I wrote it as a series of "Questions and Answers" based on
> questions that were asked from time to time in the digiKam users forum.
> A couple of months ago I looked at the html version of that Tutorial
> (http://docs.kde.org/development/en/extragear-graphics/digikam/raw-decoding.html)
> and discovered to my dismay that most of the Questions weren't included with
> the Answers, making it not so much a Tutorial as a game of Color Management
> Jeopardy (here's the answer: "Glad you asked. All digital camera images
> start out as raw files . . . " - now try to guess the question). 
> So I've written an entirely new tutorial and posted it to my website: 
> http://ninedegreesbelow.com/2011/imaging/color-management-tutorial/color-management-tutorial-table-of-contents.html
> The rewrite is a whole lot better than the original, at least in my humble
> opinion. If anyone cares to look it over, feedback is welcome.
> Here's a link to the page which answers the burning question, "Which digiKam
> buttons do I push"?
> http://ninedegreesbelow.com/2011/imaging/color-management-tutorial/color-management-settings-behavior-tab.html
> The Tutorial isn't quite finished. If there is a topic you are especially
> interested in that I haven't covered, or if I've made mistakes, I'll be
> grateful for your input.
> Elle Stone

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