A new PhotoFlow version 0.2.6 is out!
This new version comes with lots of new or improved features and an updated GUI, including a better layout of the filters controls and an handy lateral toolbox that provides shortcuts for some of the most commonly used filters:
The image in the preview area is courtesy of Andrea Katifes
Version 0.2.6 brings also a number of new features and improvements:
- the program can now run as a GIMP plug-in
- the RAW processing module has been significantly improved:
- the white balance can now be adjusted via temperature/tint values
- automatic and manual chromatic aberrations corrections have been added
- the "blend" highlights reconstruction mode (equivalent to DCRW's "-H 2" option) has been implemented
- RAW black/white points are now adjustable
- added horizontal/vertical image flipping to the scale/rotate module
- it is now possible to define a custom monitor profile via the settings dialog
- the preview image can be panned with Ctrl-left-click-n-drag
- the code is now fully GTK3-compliant and can be compiled with either GTKMM2 or GTKMM3. The initial GTK3 theme is based on TooWaBoo's RawTherapeeBlue.css theme
- several icons have been improved by adapting some of the LibreICONS to the dark PhotoFlow theme
As usual, the complete changelog for version 0.2.6 can be found on the github release page.
For Ubuntu users, the updated packages are available from the Highly Explosive PPA.
Arch Linux PKGBUILD recipes are available from AUR.
If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can select the photoflow-git versions either from the PPAs or from AUR. This development versions include all the new features and bug fixes that are being prepared for the next stable release.
The Highly Explosive PPA also provides an experimental GTK3 version via the photoflow-gtk3-git package.