Another New Year and much has changed for me. I find myself with new responsibilities and challenges. I grew as a person and as a professional. Making art is never easy but the reward is proportional to the challenge.
Forever Home is about loss, grief, and belonging. I have long been interested in the interplay between the city and the self as part of that larger whole.
Sometimes I think that I should just let the pictures speak for themselves but a blog is a space to practice expository writting, even if it is bad.
I've been inspired by the authors whose newsletters I read to just make more and to not sweat the mistakes.
Processing Imacon 3F files (.fff) in Darktable
0. Install Darktable
1. Install Flextightinput.icc
Get the ICC from the Flextight sotftware's installation directory
Create $DARKTABLE/share/darktable/color/in on windows, copy FlextightInput.icc into it.
2. Rename files to .tif
3. Open the files in Darktabledarktable 3.8 user manual - Overview
4. Set the input profile to FlextightInput profiledarktable 3.8 user manual - input color profile
5. Use the Negadoctor module to 'print' the negativedarktable 3.8 user manual - negadoctor
6. Use other processing as desired
The End of the Year
Is this supposed to be a living document? Is it a blog? It's supposed to be simple. Thought I know I'll probably be running into issues writing the raw html by hand. Just like years ago in high school when I tried to design a website. It's a look. A raw stream of consiousness. I should write them in text beforehand with a spellchecker. This is inspired somewhat about by the guy who has the paper blog service, where your photograph of text on paper gets converted to a simple website.