Editing tools.

The Retouch Tab tools allow you to enhance all or just a certain part of your image. Use the brush to apply the adjustment to a certain part of the image. You will be able to adjust the diameter, softness and opacity of the brush. 

  • Temperature: the color temperature of the overall scene from cool to warm.
  • Tint: the green to magenta tint of the image.
  • Saturation: adjust the vividness of the colors in the scene.
  • Hue: alter the tonality of the colors in the image.
  • Exposure: controls the overall luminance value throughout the image. Adding exposure brightens the image while removing exposure darkens the image.
  • Contrast: controls the differences in the relationships of tonal values. Adding contrast increases the difference between the highlights, midtones, and shadows. Removing contrast decreases the difference between these tonal values, “flattening” these relationships.
  • Shadows: applies adjustments to the darker values in the image, basically affects the tones on the left side of the histogram independently from the brighter values.
  • Highlights: applies adjustments to the brighter values in the image, basically affecting the tones on the right side of the histogram independently from the darker values.
  • Clarity: Allows users to increase the contrast in the mid-tones introducing more depth between the relationships of values that lie in the middle of the histogram.
  • Sharpen: Increases the perceived edges of elements within the image

Adjust Tab. This section allows you to manually adjust your image with global adjustments in the following areas.

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  • Temperature: the color temperature of the overall scene from cool to warm.
  • Tint: the green to magenta tint of the image.
  • Saturation: adjust the vividness of the colors in the scene.
  • Hue: alter the tonality of the colors in the image.
  • Exposure: controls the overall luminance value throughout the image. Adding exposure brightens the image while removing exposure darkens the image.
  • Brightness: adjusts the whole image luminance in a linear fashion, where increasing brightness moves all data on the histogram to the right, and decreasing brightness moves the data to the left.
  • Contrast: controls the differences in the relationships of tonal values. Adding contrast increases the difference between the highlights, midtones, and shadows. Removing contrast decreases the difference between these tonal values, “flattening” these relationships.
  • Shadows: applies adjustments to the darker values in the image, basically affects the tones on the left side of the histogram independently from the brighter values.
  • Highlights: applies adjustments to the brighter values in the image, basically affecting the tones on the right side of the histogram independently from the darker values.
  • Clarity: allows users to increase the contrast in the mid-tones introducing more depth between the relationships of values that lie in the middle of the histogram.
  • Sharpen: increases the perceived edges of elements within the image
  • Denoise: works to find and diminish noise throughout your image

The Snapheal Adjust panel also contains a Histogram Panel which displays the tonal range of your photo expressed in Red, Green and Blue channels.