35,000 members, and our video tutorials are now organized, with more coming.

Posting rules: It shouldn't need saying, but... play nice. Please keep your discussions civil. You can disagree, just don't be disagreeable. And, of course, all of the usual stuff like no spamming. Tex adds: I'll be rigorously enforcing this as we go along. We're probably going to be a small community in a little lifeboat, so we can't have members at each others' throats. This is for the sake of the project as a whole. So when you post, pretend you're speaking in person with your very wealthy auntie who has always treated you wonderfully and currently lists you prominently in her will. I won't be tossing anyone out of the forums because we are all in this together (except spammers: immediate membership cancelation), but I'll delete suspect posts right away.

We've hit yet another milestone in our growth, thanks to all of you!  And I am happy to now announce that our Youtube channel, The LightZone Project, is now (finally) much better organized through both playlists and sections.  You should be able to quickly find the video tutorial(s) you need.  Also, I will be adding some new videos shortly, hopefully over the next few days, plus more after next week.  We will also establish links to other LightZone videos not produced by us once we have the permissions.

Can some one help me with installing this on Linux

Im new to linux and I have down loaded this programe but I cant figure out how to install it?



Try re-posting this in one of

Try re-posting this in one of our own Linux forums---here the people who can help you will probably not see it.  (I'll move this post if I don't see you re-post today...)

Thx Tex!

Thx Tex!

Getting into LightZone currently to help out my wife with her starting a photographic work and as she does not know english unfortunately, I will most likely act as the technical half :)

I downloaded the Youtube videos and arranged them according to the logical progression through the overall overview - and am slowly watching through them to get familiarized with all LightZone offers. And glad that more videos are planned! From what i could so far see (from a different youtuber - photowalkthrough.com - the ZoneMapper tool is quite the crowning highlight!

Kudos and keep up the good work!


Are translations of the

Are translations of the software considered?

Thank you

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