Nondestructively apply and edit color adjustments.Learn more
Adjust colors using all the detail your camera can capture.Learn more
Save and share the adjustment combinations you create.Learn more
No unwanted artifacts, no matter how extreme your color changes.Learn more
See a quick snapshot of all the colors and tones in your image.Learn more
Easily improve the lighting in your shots.Learn more
Quickly improve brightness, contrast, and color.Learn more
Adjust lighting and color with incredible precision.Learn more
Easily adjust precise color ranges in your images.Learn more
Manually or automatically adjust color temperature.Learn more
Balance all the colors in your photo.Learn more
Shift, boost, or tone down all the colors in your image.Learn more
Replace any color with any other.Learn more
Mix the balance of the red, green, and blue color channels.Learn more
Create beautiful black and white photography.Learn more
Turn all the colors in your image into shades of a single color.Learn more
Change all the colors in your image into shades of sepia.Learn more
Quickly invert all the colors in your image.Learn more
Wash out the colors of your photo.Learn more
Make the finest details in your photo clearer.Learn more
Add a touch of film grain.Learn more
Adjustments powered by the graphics processor in your Mac.Learn more
Add and edit multiple RAW images as layers in a single composition.
Every color adjustment works directly and nondestructively with your RAW file.
Pixelmator Pro supports RAW files from hundreds of the most popular digital cameras.
Combine any number of adjustments in any way you want.
To share a Recipe, just drag and drop it from your Favorites onto your Desktop, and send it to anyone you want.
Importing Recipes is just as easy — simply open the Recipe file or drag and drop it into Pixelmator Pro.
The Curves adjustment features 5 channels that you can edit — RGB, Luminance, Red, Green, and Blue — and each one lets you edit your image in a different way. RGB lets you adjust all the colors that make up every photo together. Luminance adds a way to improve lighting without changing the perceived saturation of colors. And the Red, Green, and Blue channels let you individually edit each of the colors that make up digital images.
The Luminance channel adds a more sophisticated way to enhance brightness and contrast based on how the eye perceives light. To the human eye, shades of green appear brighter than shades of red, and reds look brighter than blues. When you adjust Luminance, these differences are taken into account to carefully preserve the look of the colors in your image.
Automatically balance colors by simply picking an area in your image using the eyedroppers. Each of the Red, Green, and Blue Curves channels are edited for you to make sure the color you pick is turned into pure black, white, or gray, while balancing the rest of the colors in your image.
Auto Contrast and Auto Color automatically enhance your photo to make it more vivid and vibrant. Auto Contrast adjusts the Luminance channel to improve lighting. And Auto Color adjusts each of the Red, Green, and Blue channels to improve colors. They’re a great starting point, but you can always add any finishing touches yourself as the changes appear right in the Curves adjustment.
Colors are divided into 8 color ranges according to the color spectrum — Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Cyan, Blue, Violet, and Magenta, each of which you can edit individually and adjust at any time.
A special histogram shows you the exact amount of color your image contains in each of the 8 color ranges. So you can adjust colors knowing just how much of an impact your changes will have.
Change the hue of your chosen color, saturate or desaturate it, and make it lighter or darker.
With just a click, automatically balance all the colors in your image. Simply use the eyedropper to choose an area of your image that is a neutral gray and Pixelmator Pro takes care of the rest.
Individually balance colors in the shadows, midtones, and highlights of a shot to change its feel, emphasize contrasts between colors, or add a unique style to a photo.
With Saturation and Vibrancy, you have two different ways to boost and tone down the colors of your image. Saturation boosts every color equally, while Vibrancy focuses on the more muted areas, leaving already saturated parts alone. So you can emphasize less vibrant areas without affecting the rest of you image.
Pick the color you want to replace and its replacement in any way you like. Use the built-in Color Picker to pick colors right from your image. Or open up the Colors window to choose colors using the color wheel, enter exact RGB codes, and even select from colors you’ve saved in your swatches.
Individually adjust how light or dark every color in your original image appears in your black-and-white.
Blend the Black & White adjustment with your original shot using Intensity.
Easily adjust brightness and contrast using Tone and Constant.
Use Intensity to blend your original image with your new monochrome.
The Sharpen adjustment combines an advanced sharpening technique together with an edge detection algorithm. Using this algorithm, Pixelmator Pro increases contrast in very precise areas in your image, giving you much more naturally sharpened details.