I'm using darktable (which I love!) for processing raw photos from a Canon EOS 6D on Ubuntu 16.04. It seems that when I open a raw image in the darkroom and go to the basecurve module which has been automatically applied, it's using a preset called "canon eos like". However, there's another option in the menu called "Canon EOS 6D" which produces better results. How can I get the "Canon EOS 6D" basecurve to be applied automatically instead?
The version of darktable I'm using is 2.0.3
These basecurve presets can be found in the Presets table of the settings you get to by clicking on the gear icon:
... but I can't see how to indicate that the preset with name "Canon EOS 6D" should be used in preference to "canon eos like". Perhaps the model field, which looks like an SQL LIKE pattern, doesn't actually match the model that's being extracted from the raw file? That doesn't look like it should be the case, though:
$ exiv2 pr IMG_0151.CR2 | egrep -a Camera Camera make : Canon Camera model : Canon EOS 6D