default module order

The following sections describe the default module order in the new scene-referred workflow and the legacy display-referred workflow. Note that in the following sections the module order goes from top (input file) to bottom (output image).

🔗scene-referred module order

The default ordering of modules when using the new scene-referred workflow is as follows:

  1. raw black/white point
  2. invert (deprecated)
  3. white balance
  4. highlight reconstruction
  5. raw chromatic aberrations
  6. hot pixels
  7. raw denoise
  8. demosaic
  9. denoise (profiled)
  10. surface blur
  11. rotate pixels
  12. scale pixels
  13. lens correction
  14. chromatic aberrations
  15. haze removal
  16. perspective correction
  17. orientation
  18. crop and rotate
  19. liquify
  20. spot removal (deprecated)
  21. retouch
  22. exposure
  23. local tone mapping (deprecated)
  24. tone equalizer
  25. crop
  26. graduated density
  27. unbreak input profile
  28. legacy equalizer
  29. input color profile
  30. color calibration
  31. censorize
  32. negadoctor
  33. astrophoto denoise
  34. color look up table
  35. defringe (deprecated)
  36. contrast equalizer
  37. lowpass
  38. highpass
  39. sharpen
  40. lut 3D
  41. color transfer (deprecated)
  42. color mapping
  43. channel mixer (deprecated)
  44. basic adjustments (deprecated)
  45. color balance
  46. color balance rgb
  47. rgb curve
  48. rgb levels
  49. base curve
  50. filmic (legacy)
  51. FILMIC RGB – transition from scene-referred to display-referred space
  52. contrast brightness saturation
  53. tone curve
  54. levels
  55. shadows and highlights
  56. zone system (deprecated)
  57. global tonemap (deprecated)
  58. fill light (deprecated)
  59. local contrast
  60. color correction
  61. color contrast
  62. velvia
  63. vibrance (deprecated)
  64. color zones
  65. bloom
  66. colorize
  67. lowlight vision
  68. monochrome
  69. grain
  70. soften
  71. split-toning
  72. vignetting
  73. color reconstruction
  74. output color profile
  75. dithering
  76. framing
  77. watermark

key:

  • italic: not recommended for scene-referred workflow
  • bold: module on by default

🔗legacy/display-referred module order

The default ordering of modules when using the legacy display-referred workflow is as follows:

  1. raw black/white point
  2. invert (deprecated)
  3. white balance
  4. highlight reconstruction
  5. raw chromatic aberrations
  6. hot pixels
  7. raw denoise
  8. demosaic
  9. denoise (profiled)
  10. local tone mapping (deprecated)
  11. exposure
  12. spot removal (deprecated)
  13. retouch
  14. lens correction
  15. chromatic aberrations
  16. perspective correction
  17. liquify
  18. rotate pixels
  19. scale pixels
  20. orientation
  21. crop and rotate
  22. tone equalizer
  23. crop
  24. graduated density
  25. BASE CURVE – default transition between scene-referred and display-referred space
  26. surface blur
  27. unbreak input profile
  28. haze removal
  29. input color profile
  30. color calibration
  31. censorize
  32. negadoctor
  33. basic adjustments (deprecated)
  34. color reconstruction
  35. color look up table
  36. defringe (deprecated)
  37. legacy equalizer (deprecated)
  38. vibrance (deprecated)
  39. color balance
  40. color balance rgb
  41. colorize
  42. color transfer (deprecated)
  43. color mapping
  44. bloom
  45. astrophoto denoise
  46. global tonemap (deprecated)
  47. shadows and highlights
  48. contrast equalizer
  49. local contrast
  50. color zones
  51. lowlight vision
  52. monochrome
  53. filmic (legacy)
  54. filmic rgb
  55. contrast brightness saturation
  56. zone system (deprecated)
  57. tone curve
  58. levels
  59. rgb levels
  60. rgb curve
  61. fill light (deprecated)
  62. color correction
  63. sharpen
  64. lowpass
  65. highpass
  66. grain
  67. lut 3D
  68. color contrast
  69. output color profile
  70. channel mixer (deprecated)
  71. soften
  72. vignetting
  73. split-toning
  74. velvia
  75. dithering
  76. framing
  77. watermark

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