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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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Average rating: 4.5

Average rating: 4.5
1 Comment
Something similar to Adobe Sensei in Lightroom, Accent AI Filter in Luminar 2018, or how Google Pixel camera auto-processes photos. This filter would utilize a machine learning model that identifies the scene & type of photo, and applies settings to make it auto-awesome. It would basically serve as a 1-click workflow that works reasonably well...

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
2 Comments
Ability to adjust Hue, Saturation and Luminance by click-dragging a pixel selection within the image. This control should be in addition to the current adjustment-by-color-sliders.

Average rating: 4.2

Average rating: 4.2
1 Comment
Auto tone function is often quite off and not useful because it uses contrast to spread the tones. That creates an ugly result. For efficiency, I would like to see a group of photos selected and use the auto tone function to get all the photos in a near acceptable tonal result. Right now, I...

Average rating: 4.8

Average rating: 4.8
6 Comments
I would like to have an option to select a particular color and then automatically create a mask based on that color selection. e.g if you had a photo of a daffodil and select the yellow of the flower, i would like to use a color picker to select the yellow and ON1 Raw automatically...

Average rating: 5.0

Average rating: 5.0
4 Comments
It looks like all of the adjustments that can be added to the right hand pane have a tick-circle to disable the adjustment. However, the Tone & Color pane that is there by default doesn’t have this tick-circle. I would like to be able to disable the Tone & Color in order to see if...

Average rating: 5.0

Average rating: 5.0
1 Comment
Some of us photographers has the horrible task of taking color shifted and faded images and restoring them to reasonable color (from scanned images of course). In the early years I had a Photoshop plugin set (which does not work with Lightroom) and it was absolutely amazing how it could fix the color. Would be...

Average rating: 5.0

Average rating: 5.0
1 Comment
Preferences allows you to choose a color space to apply to Raw files – if none has been defined in the image. This is useful. What would be even better if the choice of the color space could be made within the image editing process.

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
2 Comments
I do advanced portrait retouching. The tools I use most are Dodge and Burn, the clone tool, and frequency separation, with some tone mapping. This is all after basic corrections like exposure, color, and clean up of blemishes etc. The most important function for the brush tool that seems to be missing is Flow Control....

Average rating: 3.0

Average rating: 3.0
1 Comment
It would be nice to be able to select the color of the vignette filter, besides just black of white. A color picker added in the Filter control box? would allow a color inside the photo to be the vignette color. I use NIK for this in floral and fall photos.

Average rating: 5.0

Average rating: 5.0
1 Comment
Both Adobe Camera RAW and Lightroom conveniently display the levels for Red, Green, and Blue directly under the cursor or eyedropper. Although each has a different approach (ACR uses 0-255 levels while Lr uses a percentage), I find them indispensable in my work. I have not yet found this feature in ON1 RAW prerelease, but...

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
1 Comment
In Lightroom, in the Develop module, the white & black sliders could be used in conjunction with the Alt key to set a point as soon as white or black appears. This would be great feature within the Develop module, Tone and Color, white & black sliders of On1 Photo Raw

Average rating: 5.0

Average rating: 5.0
8 Comments
There is a groundswell of photographers moving to film photography, either for the first time, or as a return to days gone by. Many of these photographers utilize a hybrid approach, where they employ digital and film cameras on a single shoot, using the same lenses. These film photographs are usually sent out to be...

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
8 Comments
I work with some photos in Grayscale. Please expand the Color Profiles of ON1 Photo Raw to handle more color profiles including grayscale.

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
2 Comments
The first luminosity mask in On1 is great. Now is the time to add more where sub-ranges of H’lights Shadows and most important mid-tone masks are needed. Today I generate these masks in Photoshop – a la Tony Kyper’s process. On1 can easily create a collection of Luminosity Masks that can be selected from the...

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
3 Comments
When using the eye-dropper tool to set a color balance, the sliders should move to reflect the adjustment made (and allow further adjustment) It should be possible to set the eye-dropper to to set colour balance from a neutral, or from one of the “memory colours” – skin tone, sky, grass.

Average rating: 4.0

Average rating: 4.0
1 Comment
For images with difficult lighting  i would  like to have a convenient method for complex color correction, working as follows set several sample points in the image area that i want to be neutral (eyedropper) calculate a gradient between those samples apply the result as a global correction for the whole image (not locally or...

Average rating: 4.3

Average rating: 4.3
3 Comments
Sometimes photos must be processed as a group, such as panoramic photo sets for stitching. There should be the capability to grade these sets by color and exposure so that they are uniformly matched. This is particularly important when a set is taken with automatic exposure control and/or the lighting conditions change while the series...

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
6 Comments
Would like to have a levels tool with Histogram plots for RGB and individual channels to plot the brightness and RGB values of an image to give a better indication of the range and distribution of shadow, mid-tones and highlights, or overall tonal range. In the combined RGB Channel mode would like to use the...

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
8 Comments
Colorchecker Passports are a must for a professional workflow in many areas like product, fashion or wedding photography. Current tools (e. g. lightroom add in) are horrible to use, because the creation of profiles takes many clicks and even includes closing and reopen lightroom in between. Why not combining the white balance selector with the profile?...

Average rating: 4.5

Average rating: 4.5
1 Comment
Pro feature missing. Currently, when double-clicking on an image in the folder browser window, the image displays. This (browser) view of an image does not have it’s associated histogram display. Part of browsing a folder, especially after bringing in images for the first time, is to evaluate tone and color. This is done, in part...

Average rating: 4.7

Average rating: 4.7
1 Comment
Photographers often have a preference for overall tone , highlight and shadow treatment etc. Adobe Lightroom Auto tone is very predictable in that in almost always raises the exposure of the photo and tends toward a high key look. It has its own ‘style baked in’ the algorithm. A proper auto tone function should learn...

Average rating: 4.3

Average rating: 4.3
1 Comment
Auto Tone should have the ability to detect faces and spot weight the exposure for proper exposure of the person’s skin. Ideally one can train the software who to prioritize and so if there are multiple people in say a wedding scene the Bride weighted strongest in the exposure calculation with the the Groom next...

Average rating: 4.6

Average rating: 4.6
4 Comments
I am new to digital photography but have ColorChecker Photo Passport and ColorChecker Digital SG. It dawned on me that the colour reproduction with a colour chart is really impressive when compared with camera’s default. I am currently waiting for my QPcard 203 to come through to see which one is my taste. I would...

Average rating: 5.0

Average rating: 5.0
9 Comments
I suggest adding ICC profile support for ON1 Photo RAW, which is a feature of Capture One I appreciate.

Average rating: 4.8

Average rating: 4.8
1 Comment
ON1 had the best skin tone editor in the original portrait module and was based on cmyk adjustments in a color apply mode in rgb. This made adjustment and correction a very simple process using cmyk percentages. Could you take a look at your original module and update it for RAW.

Average rating: 4.6

Average rating: 4.6
3 Comments
I’d love to see the ability to handle white balance for skintones separately from global white balance. Frequently on fashion shoots, I deal with less than ideal lighting on location. While I correct for global white balance, I sometimes have to do a lot of additional work to fully correct skintones.
I have yet to find a digital darkroom solution that adequately meets the challenge of delivering silky smooth gradations for large washes of colour and tone. There are many times when one might find the perfect intensity for a sky, however on close inspection digital photographic filters have a tendency of invoking spurious and clear...

Average rating: 4.8

Average rating: 4.8
2 Comments
Wedding photographers are frequently confronted with uncontrollable lighting situations. However, at the end of the day it is nice to deliver pictures which look and feel like one big series (also in with respect to color and tone). Lightroom offers a pipette for white balance and perfectly supports the x-rite color checker passport. Additionally I can...

Average rating: 4.9

Average rating: 4.9
3 Comments
I would like to easily be able to select a colour and be able to change the Hue, Saturation, Luminance and even the colour of the selction. ala Capture one Pro colour editor. I Think Capture 1 pro has this implemented very well. Would love to see something similar in On1 Raw. No need for...

Average rating: 4.5

Average rating: 4.5
4 Comments
I would like to see an auto adjustment that picks up the settings from the camera image’s embedded jpg and applies them to the captured raw image.  Since we have set the camera to apply these settings (contrast, saturation, sharpening, etc.) to jpg captures, it makes sense that we might want to have our raw...

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