I shoot all my photos in RAW, so my post-processing chain is a little bit more complicated as shooting in JPEG. Raw photo editing tools under Linux are nowadays more functional and usable as several years ago. But handling RAW images is more time consuming as stripped JPEG images. These are the costs of an increased flexibility. To simplify processing I tried nearly all professional tools under Linux (this includes scripts based automations). So here is the list of tools I suggest under Linux. Well, to work with Darktable you need some training. If you are familiar with Adobe Lightroom you should feel comfortable with it. If you still save your images as JPEG's you should consider to ask Google or try the following link: RAW vs JPEG.
- Archiving via unison
- Gimp (rarely)
- Luminancehdr (rarely)
Darktable HEAD has now support to convert photos on the command-line, without invoking the GUI at all:
$ darktable-cli <input> <xmp> <output>