[Shotwell] auto Exposure feature
photon3000 at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 30 06:29:12 PDT 2011
I really like the idea of applying a set of color adjustments to multiple photos. I like to take pictures in aquarium and museum, and the ambient light condition is kind of dark. Having this feature would be helpful to adjust the colors on a set of photos.
--- On Thu, 9/29/11, Eric Gregory <eric at yorba.org> wrote:
From: Eric Gregory <eric at yorba.org>
Subject: Re: [Shotwell] auto Exposure feature
To: "Duy Le" <duyhoustontx at yahoo.com>
Cc: shotwell at lists.yorba.org
Date: Thursday, September 29, 2011, 5:24 PM
On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 7:58 PM, Duy Le <duyhoustontx at yahoo.com> wrote:
It would be nice to have an auto Exposure feature that is similar to auto Enhance for multiples photos in the library. This is a huge advantage in saving time and energy since I do not have to auto Enhance each photo individually for a large collection of photos. For the auto Enhance, I can just select multiples photos and then hit Ctrl+E.
What do you think about the auto Exposure feature? I can just set a default value on the exposure slider that is to be applied to all the photos and then let Shotwell takes care the rest. For now, I have to adjust the exposure for each photo, and it takes a long time to go through each one of them individually in a large photo collection.
I'm not sure we'd want to do an auto-exposure feature; but the idea of applying one set of color adjustments to multiple photos is ticketed here:
I know that's not *quite* what you'd asked for, but that's the direction we're learning on this. Would that work for you?
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