Photo App Research
Hello! I'm working on a new photo editing app for the desktop, and I'd love your feedback.
I'll be focusing my questions on color correction, specifically using presets. I'll use the term "filter" to cover any kind of "looks" or image presets, such as Lightroom presets or 3D LUTs.
Thanks for your help!
What best describes your experience with photography?
I'm a full-time professional photographer
I do photography part time, or pick up occasional gigs
I'm a serious enthusiast
I'm just getting started
I'm not that interested in photography
What cameras do you use frequently for serious photography?
DSLR (Canon, Nikon, etc)
Mirrorless (Sony, Fuji, etc)
Serious compact (Fuji X100, Sony RX1, etc)
Point and shoot
What is the main way you color correct your photos currently?
Alter the color, exposure and look of each photo individually in a desktop app
Apply a filter/preset to multiple photos at once in a desktop app
I only tweak the color or exposure if a photo looks "wrong"
I apply a filter or app prior to uploading photos to Instagram
I'm strictly #nofilter
Which of these potential features are most interesting to you? Check all that apply.
Unlimited free filters with nothing else to buy
Film-like highlight latitude, without "HDR look"
Native support for Wide Color Gamut (such as Adobe RGB and Display P3)
Lightning fast adjustments, with no rendering
Ability to export filters as Photoshop or Lightroom presets
Ability to import Photoshop or Lightroom presets as filters
Easy migration from Lightroom
First-class library management (support for 100,000+ photos, tagging, star ratings, etc)
Local photo storage (no cloud)
Private cloud storage (you control the server)
One-time purchase with a free demo. No subscription.
If you could have the features above, what one-time price would feel like a bargain?
If the demo really impressed you, and you were excited about the app, what is the absolute highest price you'd be willing to pay?
If you loved the app and its features, how would it change your current photo editing workflow?
I would stop using Lightroom, Photoshop or my current desktop editor
I would keep managing my photos in Lightroom, but use this app as a plug-in
I would use this app alongside Lightroom or Photoshop, for certain photos
This app wouldn't change my workflow, but I would use it occasionally
Even if the app was great, I wouldn't change my workflow
Imagine there were companion apps for iOS, Android and the web, which could all use the same image filters. Which would you use?
None of the above—I'd stick to the desktop version
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