The Hue/Saturation adjustment allows to change the color properties of an image with subsequent correction of the saturation and brightness. Watch our video tutorial to learn more about the Hue/Saturation adjustment.
Select the command Image -> Adjustment -> Hue/Saturation to display the adjustment parameters in the Settings Panel.
You can also use an adjustment layer Hue/Saturation (command Layers -> New -> Adjustment Layer -> Hue/Saturation) which will affect all the underlying layers without changing their content.
In the drop-down list, select a color range for correction. Select Master to edit all colors simultaneously.
Hue (-180..180). The parameter modifies the hue of all colors in the image or of the selected color range.
Saturation (-100..100). The parameter changes the saturation of the entire image or of the selected color range.
Brightness (-100..100). The parameter allows to lighten / darken the entire image or the selected color range.
You can define the color range more precisely using two gradient lines and four adjustment sliders: two outer and two inner sliders.
The upper line shows original colors, the lower line shows the colors after correction. The colors between the inner sliders will be affected to the full extent. The colors between the inner and the outer sliders will change less (the farther from the inner slider, the weaker the effect will be). The colors outside the outer sliders will stay the same.
Note: This control is not available when selecting Master.
Fixed Preview Area check-box. If the check-box is enabled, all changes will be displayed in a small area indicated by the dotted line. If the check-box is disabled, the changes will be applied to the area visible in the Image Window.
Click on Default to restore the default values.
Click on OK to apply all changes and close the dialog box.
Click on Cancel to close the dialog box without applying any changes.