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RAW converter vs GIMP - what to do in which

Apr 24, 2018, 06:31
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RAW converter vs GIMP - what to do in which
Hi All,

I'm currently getting my head around GIMP and slowly learning the ropes.

I'm using RawTherapee as a RAW converter and GIMP for the main processing. It feels like RawTherapee does a lot of the things GIMP does. My question is what actions should I do in RawTherapee and what should I leave for GIMP? Should I just do the minimum in RT and leave the majority for GIMP? At the moment I'm just adjusting contrast and colour in RT. As I understand it, when the file is converted it loses a lot of its information.

I know GIMP has a RAW converter - would it make more sense to use that?

Thanks in advance,
Tom
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Apr 24, 2018, 08:28
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RE: RAW converter vs GIMP - what to do in which
This forum has been DEAD for a long time and is abandoned to spammers.

We've all gone to https://www.gimp-forum.net although you might find https://discuss.pixls.us/ useful as it's more photography orientated.
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