Photo editor delaboratory 0.5 gets an updated UI
Jacek Poplawski released a new version of delaboratory — his new photo editor. This version features a UI overhaul and more changes.
The user interface got quite a bit cleaner (albeit there's always more to desire): color space conversions and adjustment layers are one-click buttons in the right sidebar now. The sample points are not in the left sidebar anymore, they are in a floating palette. But most importantly blending has become much easier to use.
Here is a general introduction to delaboratory as of v0.5:
Among other changes is an updated curves dialog with one-click buttons for curve shape presets:
As well as a new mixer:
Color space conversions have been improved, but sadly there is still no color management support. At least delaboratory will warn you at opening of e.g. a TIFF file with embedded ICC profile.
Highpass filter has been ditched in favour of generic unsharp mask. You can still emulate highpass: use blur and set its blending mode to "add inv".