This is a follow up to a question asked on askubuntu: https://askubuntu.com/questions/708759/color-adjustment-for-100-jpg-files-fast-workflow-for-savenext
I want to do manual color adjustment for 100 jpg files.
The workflow I use at the moment works like this:
- open first jpg
- do manual color adjustment. Either "auto" or "curves"
- load next jpg
I want to do a manual correction of each photo. This question is not about batch processing.
I want the switching (save current, go to next) to be fast as using a flipbook.
Up to now I used gimp, but I think switching to darktable has a lot of benefits.
I know that perfectionists don't do "load jpg, edit jpg, overwrite jpg". But I am not a perfectionist. I want to do it this way (sometimes).
How to overwrite to source jpg files with darktable?