During these days reading and reading I saw something that caused me curiosity and I corroborate that GNU / Linux it is for everything and everyone. Well then, I have come across Aperture Linux, a layout designed for photographers.
Open linux is based on openSUSE 12.1 64-bit. It provides raw, default and pre-configured file editors such as Darktable, RawTherapee, Rawstudio, DigiKam and many more previously installed.
The installation of the distribution brings with it tools such as GIMP, with extra plugins to make this tool much more powerful. In addition to many other programs such as:
- Oyranos and ICC Examin
- Rapid Photo Downloader
- and much more…
Targeted at photographers, it includes specialized customization with high-quality color profiles and color scripts to more accurately adjust the colors in your edited photos.
It should also be noted that apparently the distribution only comes in (x86_64) and is not designed for hardware with few resources.
This distribution comes with Gnome 3.2 o Kde 4.7.
Personally I recommend that if you want to try you use a virtual machine. Well, it is somewhat unstable and not recommended for you to use as a native Operating System.
I've been looking and the official domains are not linked to a web server and it only shows the Godaddy ad page. I don't know if it's due to lack of budget or because they haven't finished the page because the project is new.
So from everyone. We hope the project goes ahead because it is really interesting.
Everything ready for your creativity to come to the fore with the help of Free Software.