Elizabeth shows you how to apply a hand-painted colorization effect to a photo.
Articles tagged with hue and saturation
Adjustment layers offer almost everything you need to subtly enhance the shots you put time and effort into capturing–all without altering a single pixel in your original image.
Here’s a quick and easy way to change someone’s eye color with the Magic Wand tool, some simple selection tips and a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer.
Create a faux panorama; set up the Move tool for photographic tasks; increase the saturation of a single hue; quickly turn back the clock on your edits; get a full-screen preview in Bridge; and unlock the power of the Straighten tool.
Dave Cross shows you how experimenting with your photos can help you create a new masterpiece, while improving your layer and filter skills.
Mike shows you the most common adjustments people want to make to their images. Lighting, contrast, saturation are a few of the concepts covered in this video.
Sometimes when I open an image, I feel that it lacks the color that I saw through the viewfinder. That’s when I turn to Photoshop Elements’ saturation tools. Boosting saturation gives my images visual punch and the deep, vivid color I prefer.
Often, you may find that a specific area of a photo looks duller than the rest of the photo. When this happens, the Hue/Saturation adjustment is a great place to turn to for a quick color boost.
Your digital camera may not allow screw-on filters or maybe you left yours at home. Fear not, you can pull the deep blues out of that sky in Photoshop Elements after you take the photo.