I use Gimp to do post processing on some of my photos, after I have edited them in darktable. I do this by exporting to TIFF from darktable, opening the TIFF file in Gimp and then do further editing in Gimp.
But sometimes I realise that I forgot to do something in darktable, so I go back and do that, and re-export a new version of the TIFF file from darktable. But how do I then get Gimp to re-load the TIFF file, so I don’t have to repeat all the edits I’ve done on the old TIFF file, on the new TIFF file?
I realise that if I change the cropping of the photo, then things won’t be in the same place, and so some or all edits won’t work right. But if I have only changed things like exposure or colour saturation, then it wouldn’t be a problem to reload the photo. Or would it?
Thanks in advance.