FalCT60 wrote:I gave DT a try too, and unfortunately for me couldn't find anything better than in ASP. Even my lenses aren't calibrated in DT (except my 24-70 2.8 AFS, but ASP supports it too).
Please don't forget that DT is an open source project. By nature such projects are primarily driven by the demands of the developers. Nevertheless, they allow everyone to use their excellent software for free. Even as a user, who has no coding skills, you can help to improve DT. For example, if you find your lens being not calibrated, you might want to read this: http://www.darktable.org/2013/07/have-y ... alibrated/ You just have to follow the instructions carefully to take some calibration pictures and a lens profile will be created for you and the entire community (lensfun project). I think making some useful calibration pictures is a quite reasonable effort.grcolts wrote:There seems to be a bug in their light table section as this is where the program goes into a working mode and never leaves it. So, I have deleted the program from my HD.
Or if you think that there is a bug, contact the developers and other users via mailing list. Ask politely if they can help you. In case it was not just a simple misconfiguration of your own system, you can probably help to fix a bug by providing useful information. They will tell you how to receive such information. Again the effort for this is quite low and you and other users will probably benefit by having a working DT installation afterwards. So if you were actually interested in using DT, removing it from your HD just because you assume that there is a bug won't help anyone.