About the ON1 Photo RAW Project

The ON1 Photo RAW Project gives you the chance to be a part of what we're developing at ON1. You have a voice in the future of photo editing. Your ideas will help us deliver the best available apps for photography, give us insight into what's most important, and help spark innovation.

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Share your ideas for new Photo RAW features. Make sure you write a convincing description. Remember, people won't be able to give an idea a high rating unless they understand the idea completely.

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After an idea reaches 200 ratings with a 3-star or higher rating, the project team will review the details and begin asking questions. We can't put every good idea into development, but we'll try!

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ON1 Photo RAW Ideas

Average rating: 4.6

Average rating: 4.6
9 Comments
It would be nice to have an easy watermarking tool at some point, with the option to use either a graphic or text. The watermark should be positionable, scaleable, and with opacity and shadow settings. Thanks!

Average rating: 4.8

Average rating: 4.8
1 Comment
Option/Alt Key + Slider (ala LR) overlay for both Sharpening Tools and White and Black Levels.

Average rating: 4.5

Average rating: 4.5
40 Comments
It would be great if On1 RAW had the ability to handle softproofing — importing and applying color profiles for cameras, displays, and printers so that the color you see is the color you get on paper in your final prints. It’s a feature in Lightroom, Photoshop, and After Shot Pro, so hopefully it can...

Average rating: 4.8

Average rating: 4.8
6 Comments
It would speed the workflow if upon getting into my folder I could sync certain corrections to every image in the folder, or to any group of images

Average rating: 3.8

Average rating: 3.8
7 Comments
In the near future, there will be increased need for self printing (IMHO).  Therefore, the resize function needs to lead naturally into a set of tools for printing.

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
5 Comments
To work on a raw file is great because you get the benefit of all possible informations the sensor registered. So the ability to use local adjustement tools like layers in photoshop AND to adjust the opacity of each one would be a real revolution ! And mostly appreciated by all image creators in portraits,...

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
98 Comments
Having support for two monitors or dual displays will allow me to continue to use my workflow.It makes for a wonderful editing workflow It has been available in both Lightroom and Photoshop for a very long time. This will mean that i can use on1 raw as my main editing program NOTE: We are working...

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
4 Comments
One challenge for the digital photographer is to keep the number of images at a reasonable amount. Therefor it’s essential to compare, rate and mark similar images of one shooting to keep only the best ones and delete the rest. Lightroom comes with two perfect tools to do this: the Group view (‘N’-shortcut) to reduce...

Average rating: 5.0

Average rating: 5.0
4 Comments
It will be very useful a tool like Spot healing brush with Content aware in Photoshop.

Average rating: 4.2

Average rating: 4.2
6 Comments
Looking at On1 Photo 10.5, I am easily distracted from my photos. Lots of high-contrast, bright white, bright blue items on the screen. Consider toning back these elements so that my photos can become the main thing I’m drawn to in the interface.

Average rating: 4.3

Average rating: 4.3
10 Comments
Hot pixels are annoying. Especially when i focus stack they create pixel trails on stacked image. It would be great to get rid of them automatically at the begining.

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
4 Comments
A feature I will like is local adjustements (exposure, clarity, sharpening, shadows, etc.) with an intelligent brush that finds automatically the edges, like in Camera Raw.

Average rating: 2.0

Average rating: 2.0
1 Comment
Please, make SURE you can process the Pentax 645Z.

Average rating: 3.8

Average rating: 3.8
6 Comments
What frustrates me in most current raw processors (even more than their slowness) is super-contrived import procedure. The biggest selling point for me would be: I just insert the memory card and new photos get “magically” copied on disk or added to respective catalog (if there’s such thing in catalog in Photo Raw). I even...

Average rating: 3.9

Average rating: 3.9
5 Comments
Would be great to have the ability to to have the asset manager break  a large number of imported photos into sessions grouped by time and automatically transfer them into separate  folders. For instance if I had a large SD card loaded with photos from my vacation, it would automatically recognize different days/sessions from the...

Average rating: 4.0

Average rating: 4.0
5 Comments
I’m suggesting the ability to perform multiple RAW conversions merged into the same output file, with different RAW conversion settings applied to each layer. For instance: one set of settings to bring out the clouds and blue in the sky, with a slight blur a second set to sharpen the details of  the people in...

Average rating: 4.4

Average rating: 4.4
2 Comments
Admittedly I might live in prehistory… windows does not show thumbnails for RAW files, it would be nice to have the option to quickly generate JPEGs small enough to not clog the hard drive and big enough to get an impression of the picture when going through folders in windows explorer. Maybe the RAW converters...

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
52 Comments
Much like the latest release of ACR and lightroom, we now have the ability to stitch images into a panorama, and then save and edit that panorama as one DNG file. Would love to see this implemented into Photo Raw.

Average rating: 4.0

Average rating: 4.0
4 Comments
With a simple click of a button, the software should set the White and Black points automatically based on the number (% threshold) of pixels that are either blown and too dark. A picker (a la Levels) would be nice too so we can pick our own black and white points.

Average rating: 4.4

Average rating: 4.4
13 Comments
this is a feature that i use from time to time, and i would love for ON1 to include a streamlined way to create a 32-bit “super RAW” file out of 3 or more RAW files, that would then be editable via a “develop” module. I currently use adobe bridge + Photoshop to combine files with...

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
22 Comments
Based on lens model, and/or in conjunction with the manufacturer’s built-in lens correction data, apply lens correction to the RAW files being imported.

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
3 Comments
I’d love to be able to apply same settings to multiple photos without having to create a preset.

Average rating: 4.6

Average rating: 4.6
4 Comments
I would love to see a large array of sharpening tools – from standard highpass filters to lens blur correction to detail level based sharpening

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
65 Comments
Would like the ability to apply the different Fujifilm  simulations.  This would be a great starting point for the Fuji Raw files. It would also give you the ability to see the effects of the different simulations.

Average rating: 4.8

Average rating: 4.8
43 Comments
Keywording is key to success to getting one’s images found. A solid keyword tool would be great. Lightroom’s tool is alright, with some limitations. Capture One’s is an abomination but a very capable example would be Aperture’s. As mentioned in another suggestion for metadata, as keywords are metadata too, data should be saved directly to the...

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
1 Comment
I would love the ability to use any array of masks to control the effect of each tool individually. E.g. Being able to use a luminosity mask to control change the saturation of the highlights

Average rating: 4.3

Average rating: 4.3
3 Comments
Currently, in Effects, only the major title group of a filter is listed in the layer stack. If you use more than one filter from that group, all you see are the group titles, and not the subtitle of the individual filter. If you want to go back and make a change, it is difficult...

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
59 Comments
Add Fujifilm Film Simulations like Acros, Provia, Astia, Velvia etc. In the Development Module for Fujifilm X Cameras.

Average rating: 4.8

Average rating: 4.8
4 Comments
Dehaze/Retinex type tools are invaluable when editing a wide range of images

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
2 Comments
Would be awesome if we could adjust curves on a luminosity level instead of only RGB and individual channels, so we can control contrast better w/o getting color shifts and crazy saturation.

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