My YouTube channel contains dozens of hours of videos, explaining the theory of color and how it relates to photo editing practice to make users as self-sufficient as possible in their use, while also going over good practices that will save you time.
But if you don’t know where to start, don’t have enough time and want a personalized overview, want to deepen your knowledge or study how darktable can be adapted to your particular use, you’ll need personalized guidance.
I knew about darktable for a long time, but only used it a couple of times a year. After watching several hours of videos on Youtube, my results were ok-ish but it sill was neither as easy nor as fast as expected. I asked Aurelien for a lesson, where I managed to quickly understand concepts and principles guiding processing. Now my edits take far less time than previously and I am able to produce consistently good results.
Hubert Kowalski, (Poland)
I am a hobby photographer and use to edit JPEGs from camera using ACDSee. When I understood that JPEGs were limiting me, I wanted to take a leap and use RAWs for editing but I was lost with no starting point in darktable. After trying to watch videos and read articles, I was getting somewhere but it was still daunting. I took a lesson with Aurelien and it was all I needed to understand to get good results. Now all my photos are edited in darktable from RAWs.