How often do you find an application that costs an arm and a leg on Windows and Mac platforms but zero on Linux? Well, Light Crafts's LightZone is one of them. This is a professional photographer's RAW conversion tool (see image from LightCraft's ebook). Whilst the version may not be visible on their site, Nathan Willis of Linux.com revealed where to download it. Here's what Mr. Willis says about it,
I give high marks to LightZone across the board. Its interface is intuitive and superior in many respects to the cluttered slider-shelf of most RAW photo tools. Furthermore, it is considerably faster than many of the other options on Linux. The selection and editing tools are excellent. Since it uses dcraw (like most other RAW converters), it has fantastic camera support, and it integrates well with Linux color management and printing systems.
Hurry! Get it now! I am sure I will.