About three months ago I started a new YouTube channel about darktable. Some of you may have seen it, but I’m sure there are many who have not. My goal is to make something that both new and more experienced users can learn something from.
I admit am not the best presenter in the world, and English is not my native language, but I hope to improve on that as time goes by.
So if you are interested or just curious, I’d love to see you around: http://bit.ly/yt_hpb
English is our lingua franca and you have no reason to apologize, your English is completely decent and also pleasant. Just go on, many thanks!
I’ve just subscribed to your channel @hpbirkeland
Awesome! We’ll put the word out on social media
As @Jacal said, your English is quite good, don’t worry about it just keep making videos.
@paperdigits, @Jacal and @Brian_Innes, Thank you for your positive responses! They are much appreciated.
Nice! The open source photography community needs more of these. Thanks!
And here is this week’s episode, all about colour saturation:
Well done @hpbirkeland! I just subscribed it
Thank you and welcome to the channel!
Great channel you have… I have watches most of videos…down to the last 3 I think…very informative and to the point!
Thank you, I’m glad you enjoy it.
I find your videos very didactic.
I like the approach of going thru all the modules for one topic.
Thanks @hpbirkeland, keep them coming!
Thank you! I have been a bit slow the last couple of months, partly due to other projects taking up my time, but I hope to get some more done during the Winter.
I like the ideas you set forth. And don’t listen to them saying produce videos frequently. Local photo adventures is what seems to be a specialty of your channel.
Keep on Hans! Subscribed.
Just a quick reminder of my Youtube channel with darktable tutorials. I haven’t posted the new episodes here for a few months. I intend to do so in the future, although many of you have probably seen them in the Facebook group. But here you go: http://bit.ly/yt_hpb
Once again it’s been a long time, but I have a new video out, about how to digitize film negatives with darktable, using a digital camera as a capturing device.