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LightZone is now a open source project

From:  James Andrewartha <>
Subject:  LightZone is now open source
Date:  Mon, 24 Dec 2012 07:12:54 +0800 (WST)
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LightZone is professional-level digital darkroom software for Windows, Mac 
OS X, and Linux. Rather than using layers as many other photo editors do, 
LightZone lets the user build up a stack of tools which can be rearranged, 
turned off and on, and removed from the stack. It's a non-destructive 
editor, where any of the tools can be re-adjusted or modified later — even 
in a different editing session. A tool stack can be copied to a batch of 
photos at one time. LightZone operates in a 16-bit linear color space with 
the wide gamut of ProPhoto RGB.

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LightZone is now a open source project

Posted Jan 4, 2013 14:01 UTC (Fri) by ssam (guest, #46587) [Link]


rawtherapee was also open sourced not long ago.

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