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Feature #12644

Export Original Camera JPEG

Added by Ad En 9 months ago. Updated 4 months ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Low
Assignee:
-
Category:
Lighttable
Target version:
-
Start date:
03/28/2019
Due date:
% Done:

0%

Estimated time:
Affected Version:
git stable branch
System:
Ubuntu
bitness:
64-bit
hardware architecture:
amd64/x86

Description

Short Description

When shooting JPEG+RAW, it would be cool to have an option to export the original JPEG for all shots that don't have the 'darktable|changed' tag.

Use Case

Many times it turns out that i don't find the time to devolop all the RAW files. After tagging, i would like to just export the in-camera JPEGs without any modification, write the tags to the file and rename it according to my pattern. In case i want to develop a certain image, i always have the RAW as backup.

In other words to use darktable as a picture manager that by default exports the untouched JPEGs but allows you to do all awesome stuff to the RAWs if required.

This would help all non-professional photographers that usually get along with in-camera JPEG quality for most cases but want the ability to fine-tune any image using the great darktable raw engine.

Note: I am currently using version 2.6.1 but in the new Ticket menu i cannot select that.

History

#1 Updated by Ad En 4 months ago

Ad En wrote:

Short Description

When shooting JPEG+RAW, it would be cool to have an option to export the original JPEG for all shots that don't have the 'darktable|changed' tag.

Use Case

Many times it turns out that i don't find the time to devolop all the RAW files. After tagging, i would like to just export the in-camera JPEGs without any modification, write the tags to the file and rename it according to my pattern. In case i want to develop a certain image, i always have the RAW as backup.

In other words to use darktable as a picture manager that by default exports the untouched JPEGs but allows you to do all awesome stuff to the RAWs if required.

This would help all non-professional photographers that usually get along with in-camera JPEG quality for most cases but want the ability to fine-tune any image using the great darktable raw engine.

Note: I am currently using version 2.6.1 but in the new Ticket menu i cannot select that.

Are there any news on that or is that feature not appreciated because of a design decision?

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