Darktable: Bedava Eğitim/Free Tutorial – 2 – Kadraj Ayarı/Frame Adjustment [Eng Sub]

Darktable: Bedava Eğitim/Free Tutorial – 2 – Kadraj Ayarı/Frame Adjustment [Eng Sub]

November 16, 2019 1 By Peter Engel


Hello everyone. I’m Muhammed Musab Öztürk. Today, I’m going to show you how to make the framing in Darktable. Let’s open our photo. I have already set my photo for this topic. Location: Istanbul / Galata Tower As you have seen, the photo was taken quite obliquely. The structure is skewed. As I explained in the previous video, the program throws three features when you open a photo. Base curve, sharpen, orientation. Whether to use a base curve is entirely personal preference. I will not use it again in this photo. How do we fix the angle of our photo? Let’s start by showing the simple method. We’re in the Basic group. Crop and rotate. We see that our photo is crooked. Horizontal or vertical, based on a straight line, hold down the right mouse button, define the straight line to the program, release the right mouse button, the photo will be corrected. As a different method. I’m turning off the setting I made. Let’s open ‘perspective correction’ from the correction group. Since we suffer from vertical perspective distortion in our photo, the program will correct our photo if we turn on the automatic vertical setting. However, he couldn’t adjust the frame, so he just turned the photo. When we select the largest area from Automatic cropping option, we select the largest area and correct our photo. If we want perspective correction in horizontal. Not suitable for this photo right now. So it will spoil our photo. Both the horizontal and vertical options, the program is trying to make the assumption that we are looking at the photo center. Anack, it’s obvious we’re down in this photo. As a result we do not look at the level of the Galata Tower. We want the program to make vertical adjustments only. And we use the vertical option. The optical distortions given by our lens may be obvious because the architectural structures of the photograph were taken. It is not very noticeable in this photo right now. We call it the distortion of the lens. To correct this situation, we turn on the lens correction option again from the correction group. If the program can’t identify your lens, we can enter it manually. My lens is the Sigma 18-200mm macro. As you have seen, the program is doing the correction. Corrects distortion in the lens. Even if there were cromatic distortions (red, green, blue distortions) around the edges. Let me show you this. Let’s just say if there were those corruptions. We could fix the red and blue gauge here. Not currently available for this photo. We fixed our photo. Let’s do the frame we wanted. I’m moving back to the basic group. I’il crop the photo. I want the photo to tell me the beauty of the sky behind the Galata Tower. For this, I want to trim a lot of space on the top. I blinked too much. I’m gonna get some back. When I open crop and rotate again, I can adjust my settings from where I left off. A little more. Pretty good. In the previous section, we set the white balance. Let’s do it here again. As you have seen, there are colors similar to white tones on our walls but they are cream. The wall you saw there is white. I will adjust the white balance based on this wall. I will use a spot instead of a camera from the white balance section. I’m gonna pull the left mouse button and let go. Let’s process the photo quickly and see the result. In the next section, I will show you how to use the histogram in the program and adjust the exposure. Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel and turn on notifications so you don’t miss the other video.