Darktable 2.0 Released, Now A GTK3 App With New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 24 December 2015 at 10:32 AM EST. 15 Comments
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Darktable 2.0 has been released in time for editing all of your RAW holiday photos. Darktable continues to be one of the leading open-source photography for RAW images.

Darktable has been ported to the GTK+ 3 tool-kit, there is now better HiDPI support, there's a new print mode, the screen color management has been reworked, PDF exporting support, upscaling on export, a new thumbnail cache, new image operations, scripting enhancements, new camera support, and much more.

More details on Darktable 2.0 can be found via Darktable.org and by the 2.0 feature overview video that's embedded below.

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