FREE Darktable presets for Fuji X series cameras by Amin Habbal

FREE Darktable presets for Fuji X series cameras by Amin Habbal


Dear Readers,

It has been a while since we have given out something for free on our website. Our Freebies section hasn’t had anything added to it since January 2016 when Dan Berntsson shared his free ebook “Keep it simple”.

The Freebies section is a section where you, the Readers, can share anything for free between you. All you have to do is contact us via email or contact form, make your Freebie donation, share a few words about it and we will do the rest.

Actions such as these are highly appreciated by all the community.

So today, after a long period of not sharing anything in our Freebies section, we are very pleased to have something new and different to share with you!

FREE Darktable presets for Fuji X series cameras by Amin Habbal

Unlike most of us who use either Lightroom, Capture One, Photoshop or some other commercial software for our post processing, some street photographers prefer to use a less known, completely free but at the same time very capable program called Darktable. According to the Darktable about page, it is an open source photography workflow application and raw developer. Similar to other photo editing software, Darktable allows the creation and use of presets, making it easy for photographers to share their presets.

So today, we will be sharing some Darktable presets for Fuji X series cameras that have been shared with us by one of our regular Readers, Amin Habbal. Amin Habbal hails from Montreal in Canada. For more info on Amin, please visit his website at When Amin sent the files over, he also shared his thoughts with us:

“Darktable is an open-source raw editor very similar to Lightroom available for Mac, Windows, and Linux systems. I created these presets for the Fuji X series cameras based around the style of shooting I do. Included are some dark and grainy B+W Presets to some high contrast Velvia ones. I wanted presets that had a raw cinematic feel to them, rather then that modern digital look you see today.”


You can read more details about the presets and see examples if you visit his download page at

So, thank you very much Amin for your generous contribution to the community! We wish you to always stay sharp & keep shooting!

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