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Installation instructions

All Linux flavours:
Download the photoflow-0.2.8.glibc2.14-x86_64.AppImage package, make the file executable, and directly launch the application by either executing the AppImage from the command line or double-clicking on it in your preferred file manager.

Ubuntu Linux:
Updated packages are available from two PPAs.

  • The "Highly Explosive" PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can install the nightly builds of the stable development branch:

sudo apt-get remove photoflow
sudo apt-get install photoflow-git

Arch Linux:

PhotoFlow build recipes are available from AUR:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow/

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can choose to compile from the stable development branch instead:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow-git/

Slackware Linux:

SlackBuilds for PhotoFlow and VIPS are available from here:
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/PhotoFlow
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/VIPS

Fedora Linux:

To install PhotoFlow, just execute the following commands as root:

dnf copr enable oleastre/PhotoFlow
dnf install photoflow

OSX:
open the photoflow-0.2.8.app.dmg file and drag the PhotoFlow icon into the Applications folder

Windows:
Unpack the photoflow-0.2.8.zip package and run the photoflow.exe command from the bin sub-folder.


CHANGELOG

New features:

  • [raw processing] added fallback RAW decoding based on RawTherapee code.
    Used for example for opening floating-point DNGs not supported by RawSpeed
  • [film CLUTs] added support for reading bundled gmic_film_cluts.gmz file
  • [plugin] moved GIMP plugin to external project
  • Added optional support for sidecar files.
    When exporting an image to TIFF or Jpeg format,
    the editing configuration is saved into a file named .tif.pfi or .jpg.pfi.
    Also, when opening an image named image.ext, the program looks for a sidecar
    file named image.pfi or image.ext.pfi (in this order) in the same folder.
    If a sidecar .pfi file is found it is opened instead of image.ext.
    The sidecar files functionality is disabled by default, and can be enabled
    via the settings dialog.

Improvements:

  • Re-worked the UI layout, now with a single left panel showing both the layers tree and
    the controls for the active tool. Masks editing is now also performed in the same panel.
  • Various improvements and polishing of widgets layout
  • Removed dependency on GExiv2. Code now only depends on Exiv2. A bundled 0.2.6 version is used if
    not found on the system.
  • [tools/raw processing] reduced memory usage during RAW image loading
  • [tools/raw processing] RAW decoding updated to current RawSpeed/DT git version (as of 2017-05-25)
  • [tools/raw processing] added support for per-cahnnel black levels
  • [tools/lens corrections] completed optical corrections support, now also included in the RAW processing module
  • [tools/lens corrections] added support for fixed-lens camera (from Darktable)
  • [tools/crop] added top/left handles and fixed handling of image boundaries
  • [gui] replaced GTK idle callbacks with Glib::Dispatcher signals, and improved thread-safety
  • [gui] added expander for grouping additional tool controls, like horizontal/vertical shifts
  • [gui] added more keyboard shortcuts (layer copy/cut/paste/deletion)
  • [gui] using vips_resize() for fit-to-screen scaling
  • [batch] enable outputting of .PFI files
  • [build] moved GMIC code into a separate static library, to speed up parallel compilation

Bug fixes:

  • [base] fixed threading of cache buffers for VIPS versions 8.4.*
  • [tools/raw processing] fixed issue with SPOT WB when output is gamma-encoded
  • [tools/raw processing] fixed spot WB when output image is in Lab colorspace
  • [tools/shadows-highlights] Fixed processing of highlights
  • [tools/clone-stamp] fixed various bugs leading to unpredictable crashes
  • [tools/uniform fill] fixed initialisation of color selector button in UI
  • [tools/lens corrections] fixed crash due to un-initialised pointers when camera/lens not found
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Installation instructions

Ubuntu Linux:
Updated packages are available from two PPAs.

  • The "Highly Explosive" PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can install the nightly builds of the stable development branch:

sudo apt-get remove photoflow
sudo apt-get install photoflow-git

Arch Linux:

PhotoFlow build recipes are available from AUR:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow/

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can choose to compile from the stable development branch instead:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow-git/

Slackware Linux:

SlackBuilds for PhotoFlow and VIPS are available from here:
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/PhotoFlow
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/VIPS

Fedora Linux:

To install PhotoFlow, just execute the following commands as root:

dnf copr enable oleastre/PhotoFlow
dnf install photoflow

OSX:
open the photoflow-0.2.7.app.dmg file and drag the PhotoFlow icon into the Applications folder

Windows:
Unpack the photoflow-0.2.7-setup.zippackage and run the installer. If you have a previous version, it is recommended to uninstall it before running the installer.


CHANGELOG

New features:

  • Added default application icon and desktop file
  • [base] implemented "insert image as layer" funcionality
  • [raw processing] added initial support for X-Trans sensors
  • [tools] added wavelet-based multi-scale decomposition tool based on GIMP "wavelet decompose" filter (*)
  • [tools] added "hot pixels filter" algorithm ported from Darktable (*)
  • [tools] added non-local means noise reduction algorithm ported from Darktable
  • [tools] added initial implementation of shadows/highlights tool from Darktable (only gaussian blurring)
  • [tools] added "defringe" algorithm ported from Darktable (by Edgardo Hoszowski)
  • [freehand drawing] added option for choosing a transparent background
  • [basic adjustments] added "gamma" adjustment
  • [gimp plug-in] the plug-in configuration gets now stored as meta-data in the associated GIMP layer
    This gives the possibility to directly paint over a layer with the pencil
  • Added (optional) bundling of GExiv2 v0.10.3
    (*) contributed by Edgardo Hoszowski

Improvements:

  • [base] implemented sharing of cache buffers between preview and export
    This dramatically improves the export speed when caching is completed
  • [base] changed pixel format of preview pipeline to float
    All computations are now performed in floating-point precision
  • [icc conversion] disabled ICC transforms when input and output colorspaces are the same
  • Removed dependency on LibRAW
  • [clone layer] it is now possible to select a single channel as clone target
  • [denoise, sharpening] it is now possible to restrict the effect to a single channel
  • [gui] last visited folders saved into options file
  • [base] changed application data folder under Windows to %PROGRAMDATA%
  • [processing] optimised VipsImage processing order to avoid over-computation of tiles
  • [raw processing] improved speed of RAW decoding
  • [base] introduced memory-based caching.
    The caching reverts to disk storage if the buffer is larger than 500MB or if memory allocation fails
  • [gimp plug-in] added ICC conversion to GIMP working profile when returning the output image from the PhotoFlow plug-in
  • [rescaling] the image rescaling tool now uses the default high-quality algorithm from vips_resize() function
  • [gimp plug-in] improved RAW file matching
  • [gimp plug-in] improved detection of input BABL format and GIMP working profile
    Now the code works correctly for both gamma-encoded and linear input image data

Bug fixes:

  • [gmic/film emulation] fixed malformed gmic commands for B&W and print film presets
  • [raw processing] Fixed output to Lab colorspace
  • [demosaicing] Fixed corrupted image border for "Fast" and "IGV" methods
  • [lensfun] using LoadDirectory() to open database for bundled lensfun version
  • [scale/rotate tool] fixed issue with non-initialized crop area
  • [hand drawing] fixel various bugs related in the strokes rendering
  • Fixed crash when closing the application or one of the image tabs (see issue #106)
  • [gimp plug-in] Fixed crash when closing the GIMP plug-in from either the "Close"button or the window close button
  • [gui] increased size of preview tile cache to accommodate 4k displays
  • [gui] fixed crashed due to GUI updates inside processor thread

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Installation instructions

Ubuntu Linux:
Updated packages are available from two PPAs.

  • The "Highly Explosive" PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can install the nightly builds of the stable development branch:

sudo apt-get remove photoflow
sudo apt-get install photoflow-git

Arch Linux:

PhotoFlow build recipes are available from AUR:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow/

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can choose to compile from the stable development branch instead:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow-git/

Slackware Linux:

SlackBuilds for PhotoFlow and VIPS are available from here:
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/PhotoFlow
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/VIPS

Fedora Linux:

To install PhotoFlow, just execute the following commands as root:

dnf copr enable oleastre/PhotoFlow
dnf install photoflow

OSX:
open the photoflow-0.2.6.app.dmg file and drag the PhotoFlow icon into the Applications folder

Windows:
Unpack the photoflow-0.2.6-setup.zippackage and run the installer. If you have a previous version, it is recommended to uninstall it before running the installer.


CHANGELOG

New features:

  • Implemented GIMP plug-in
  • Processing pipeline:
    • Disabled pre-caching of layers at image loading. Added output tilecache operations to cached layers.
    • Updated G'MIC to version 1.6.9
  • Raw processing:
    • Added temperature/tint white-balance controls
    • Added chromatic aberrations correction module (automatic and manual), based on RawTherapee code
    • Added "clip" and "blend" highlights reconstruction modes.
      "clip" mode just clips the output of the demosaicing phase to the [0..1] range.
      "blend" mode is derived from the similar mode of RawTherapee and is equivalent to DCRAW's "-H 2" option
    • Added correction of RAW black/white points. The corrections are applied to the RAW data BEFORE the white balancing step
    • The camera input profile is now assigned to the image data when the working profile is set to NONE
    • Added possibility to define a default processing preset for all opened RAW files, to be stored as "$HOME/.photoflow/presets/default.pfp" under Linux/OSX. This feature is not yet working under Windows
  • Scale/rotate tool: added horizontal and vertical image flipping
  • GUI:
    • Added vertical panel with tools shortcuts on the left of the layers list
    • Implemented preview image panning via Ctrl-left-click-n-drag
    • Added persistent application settings and settings dialog
    • Added "about" section in settings dialog
    • Added possibility to choose a custom monitor profile from disk, which is then used to render the image in the preview area
    • Added help dialogs specific for each tool
    • The clipping warning logic has been changed: now it gets activated whenever at least one channel exceeds the threshold
    • Changed logic for tools activation: now only one tool at a time can be expanded and thus activated, and it also grabs control of the mouse clicks in the preview area. The "editing flag" button has therefore been removed.
    • Improved slider widgets appearance and added reset button
    • Completed GTK3 compatibility and added initial GTK3 theme, based on TooWaBoo's RawTherapeeBlue.css theme (https://discuss.pixls.us/t/custom-theme-toowabooblue-1-09-update-08-mar-2016-gtk3/772)
    • Improved file handling icons. New icons are adapted from the LibreIcons iconset (http://studiojunkyard.github.io/LibreICONS/)
    • Added rule-of-thirds guidelines to "crop" tool
    • Added possibility to move the selected control point in the curves tool via the keyboard up/down/left/right arrows.
    • Enabled Ctrl+Alt+left_click sampling of curve points for the "H/S/L mask" and the "brightness/contrast/saturation/hue" tools
    • The expanded/collapsed state of group layers in GUI is now kept when the processing pipeline is re-built and saved in the PFI files
  • Build system: added building option to choose among the bundled and system-wide LensFun libraries

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed various bugs in processing threads synchronization
  • Fixed various bugs in objects clean-up at program end
  • Fixed mouse coordinates conversion for "perspective" tool
  • Fixed laggynesh of path tool during path creation and bug in falloff rendering
  • Fixed bugs in freehand drawing pencil rendering at the image borders.
  • Fixed bug in clone-stamp realtime update while dragging pencil.
  • Fixed bug in dirty flag updating for layers inside a group
  • Fixed various bugs in cache updates when moving/deleting/hiding layers

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Installation instructions

Ubuntu Linux:
Updated packages are available from two PPAs.

  • The "Highly Explosive" PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can install the nightly builds of the stable development branch:

sudo apt-get remove photoflow
sudo apt-get install photoflow-git

Arch Linux:

PhotoFlow build recipes are available from AUR:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow/

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can choose to compile from the stable development branch instead:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow-git/

Slackware Linux:

SlackBuilds for PhotoFlow and VIPS are available from here:
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/PhotoFlow
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/VIPS

Fedora Linux:

To install PhotoFlow, just execute the following commands as root:

dnf copr enable oleastre/PhotoFlow
dnf install photoflow

OSX:
open the photoflow-0.2.5.app.dmg file and drag the PhotoFlow icon into the Applications folder

Windows:
Unpack the photoflow-0.2.5-setup.zippackage and run the installer. If you have a previous version, it is recommended to uninstall it before running the installer.


CHANGELOG

New features:

  • Freehand drawing: added brush feathering and improved painting performances.
    Added Ctrl+Alt+left_click mouse combination to continue last stroke.
  • Implemented first version of spline path mask tool.
  • HSL mask: added mask inversion.
  • Lens correction: bundled LensFun version 0.3.2. This fixes a crash of the lensfun module under Ubuntu.

Bug fixes:

  • Clone stamp: fixed bug in region selection affecting strokes after the first one
  • Fixed compilation issues under Fedora 23

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Installation instructions

Ubuntu Linux:
Updated packages are available from the "Highly Explosive" PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can install the nightly builds of the stable development branch:

sudo apt-get remove photoflow
sudo apt-get install photoflow-git

Arch Linux:

PhotoFlow build recipes are available from AUR:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow/

If you are not afraid to use a potentially more unstable version, you can choose to compile from the stable development branch instead:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/photoflow-git/

Slackware Linux:

SlackBuilds for PhotoFlow and VIPS are available from here:
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/PhotoFlow
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/VIPS

Fedora Linux:

To install PhotoFlow, just execute the following commands as root:

dnf copr enable oleastre/PhotoFlow
dnf install photoflow

OSX:
open the photoflow-0.2.4.app.dmg file and drag the PhotoFlow icon into the Applications folder

Windows:
Unpack the photoflow-0.2.4-setup.zippackage and run the installer. If you have a previous version, it is recommended to uninstall it before running the installer.


CHANGELOG

Bug fixes:

  • The tools reset button now works also with curves
  • The target channel selector has been removed from tools that do not correctly implement this feature
  • Impulse noise reduction tool: fixed memory leak
  • Fixed crashes on some Xfce-based systems
  • Perspective correction tool: initial region set to rectangle (therefore no correction is initially applied)
  • Curves tool: sampling of curve points is now associated to Ctrl+Alt+left_click mouse gesture. For this to work, the curves tool has to be set in "editing" mode
  • Clone stamp tool: the sampling region is now selected by a Ctrl+Alt+left_click in the preview area.
  • Image preview: fixed possible memory corruption when drawing vertical lines on top of the preview image
  • Improved compatibility with GTK3. GTKMM3 support can now be activated via -DUSE_GTKMM3=1 cmake option.

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Installation instructions

Ubuntu Linux:
Updated packages are available from the "Highly Explosive" PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow

Arch Linux:
To install the pre-compiled package, download the photoflow-git-0.2.3-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz archive and then run

sudo packman -U photoflow-git-0.2.3-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz

To compile from sources, download the PKGBUILD file and run this command in the download directory:

makepkg -i

Slackware Linux:

SlackBuilds for PhotoFlow and VIPS are available from here:
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/PhotoFlow
https://github.com/igorek7/SlackBuilds/tree/master/VIPS

OSX:
open the photoflow-0.2.3.app.dmg file and drag the PhotoFlow icon into the Applications folder

Windows:
Unpack the photoflow-0.2.3-setup.zippackage and run the installer. If you have a previous version, it is recommended to uninstall it before running the installer.


CHANGELOG

New Features:

  • Updated G'MIC to version 1.6.7
  • Updated adobe camera matrix coefficients and white balance presets to Darktable 1.6.9
  • Added partial support for FUJIFILM SL1000 (only adobe matrices, no WB prests)
  • Added LMMSE demosaicing from RawTherapee
  • Added new "impulse noise reduction" tool, based on the equivalent tool from RawTherapee
  • Added new "perspective correction" tool, based on the "keystone perspective correction" from Darktable.
  • The "RAW developer" tool is now automatically added above the "RAW loader" when opening RAW images
  • Added reset button to restore the tools parameters to their default values
  • Added target channel selector for tools that allow opacity blend
  • File open dialog: updated list of recognized image file formats to include all known RAW extensions
  • Lensfun: improved pixel interpolation

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed preview of un-processed RAW images
  • Fixed borken preview when using the freehand drawing and clone stamp tools
  • Fixed application freeze when using the spot and color spot white balance tools
  • The un-processed RAW image is displayed when no suitable adobe camera matrix is found, to prevent application crash
  • Fixed layer dirty flag setting when moving or deleting a layer

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Installation instructions

Ubuntu Linux:
Updated packages are available from the "Highly Explosive" PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow

Arch Linux:
To install the pre-compiled package, download the photoflow-git-0.2.2-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz archive and then run

sudo packman -U photoflow-git-0.2.2-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz

To compile from sources, download the PKGBUILD file and run this command in the download directory:

makepkg -i

OSX:
open the photoflow-0.2.2.app.dmg file and drag the PhotoFlow icon into the Applications folder

An alternative image compiled with debugging symbols is also provided (photoflow-0.2.2.debug.app.dmg). Please use this version if you need to provide a detailed stack trace after a crash.

Windows:
Unpack the photoflow-0.2.2-setup.zippackage and run the installer. If you have a previous version, it is recommended to uninstall it before running the installer.

CHANGELOG

New Features:

  • Added histogram visualization
  • Implemented handling of auto-orientation EXIF flag
  • Added interactive editing of horizontal and vertical gradients shape
  • Changed assignment of mouse clicks in preview area:
    • Ctrl-clicks are now reserved for zooming/panning.
    • Ctrl-double-click is now used to toggle between 100% and zoom-to-fit
    • Sampling of curve points is for now on associated to Alt-click (was Ctrl-click before)

Bug fixes:

  • Improved accuracy of Lab->RGB conversion. This guarantees for example a neutral greyscale image
    when desaturating with the "Lab L channel" method

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Installation instructions

Ubuntu Linux:
Updated packages are available from the "Highly Explosive" PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow

Arch Linux:
To install the pre-compiled package, download the photoflow-git-0.2.1-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz archive and then run

sudo packman -U photoflow-git-0.2.1-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz

To compile from sources, download the PKGBUILD file and run this command in the download directory:

makepkg -i

OSX:
open the photoflow-0.2.1.app.dmg file and drag the PhotoFlow icon into the Applications folder

Windows:
Unpack the photoflow-0.2.1-setup.zippackage and run the installer. If you have a previous version, it is recommended to uninstall it before running the installer.

CHANGELOG

New features:

  • Re-added GUI controls for horizontal/vertical shifting of layers
  • Gradient tool: the tool controls now include a curve adjustment, which allows to easily create
    arbitrary colored and/or non-linear gradients starting from a linear grayscale one.
  • Scale/rotate tool: added mouse-driven rotation and automatic cropping of rotated image
  • Few changes have been introduced into the "Volume" tool, now called "Local contrast":
    • the "Unsharp mask" method has been renamed to "Gaussian"
    • the option to use G'MIC "Bilateral smoothing" as blurring operator has been added.
      This usually produces results with less evident halos. Idea taken from here:
  • Added shadows/highlights clipping warning in preview area
  • Replaced text of zoom buttons with icons from http://studiojunkyard.github.io/LibreICONS/
  • Added status indicator at the bottom of the image preview area.
    The possible configurations are:
    • "ready" + green indicator: the preview area is up-to-date and the processing engine is idle
    • "processing" + red indicator: the preview area is being updated
    • "caching" + orange indicator: the preview area is up-to-date but the processing engine is performing some background caching. In this case, further updates of the preview area might be slower than usual
    • "exporting" + red indicator: the processing engine is busy exporting the current image
  • The buttons for switching maps on/off, making a layer sticky and enabling/disabling the layer editing mode
    are now duplicated in the auxiliary controls panel above the layers list
  • When opening a PFI file, if an input image is not found in the path stored in the PFI file it is
    searched in the same folder as the PFI file itself. This allows PFI files to behave as "sidecars",
    and to be easily distributed toghether with the original images.
  • Improved color scheme for tools controls (lighter background)
  • Added alternative overlay blend mode equivalent to GIMP one (very close to soft light)
  • Improved/simplified rendering of preview image:
    • the centering in zoom-to-fit mode is now handled directly by GTK, instead of drawing a black
      border explicitely has it was done before.
    • when in zoom-to-fit mode, the preview image gets properly scaled and re-centered when the right
      controls panel is shown/hidded (see issue #36)
  • Updated G'MIC to version 1.6.5.2
  • Updated French translations (thanks to Patrick Depoix)

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed bug in G'MIC filters under OSX (see https://discuss.pixls.us/t/gmic-stability-under-osx/)
  • Fixed various issues related to the deletion of layers
    (see issue #35)
  • Reduced accuracy of spin button that adjusts the rotation angle in the "scale/rotate" tool
    (see issue #37)
  • Opening a layer map whose tab exists already now activates the tab itself, instead of adding a new one
    (see issue #39)
  • Fixed memory corruption in RAW histogram filling
    (see issue #40 )
  • Improved behaviour of image blender: when two images have a different number of channels or pixel format,
    the blending is set automatically to "passthrough"
    (see issue #40)