The Saturate tool is used to make the colors in a specific area of an image more vivid and vibrant.
In the Tool Options pane, customize the Saturate tool:
Brush Size: Drag the Brush Size slider to adjust the size of the Saturate tool brush. Press and hold thekey to extend the range of the Brush Size slider beyond 100%. You can also manually enter a value from 0% to 200%.
Tip: You can use theand keys on your keyboard to change the size of the Saturate tool brush.
Softness: Drag the Softness slider to adjust the softness of the edges of the Saturate tool brush. With softer edges, the saturated areas will usually blend in better with the rest of the image.
Strength: Drag the Strength slider to adjust the intensity of the saturation effect.
Select a tonal range to saturate:
Brush over the area of your image you’d like to saturate.
Show Original: Click the Show Original button or press+ on your keyboard to see what the image looked like before you saturated anything in it.
Show Split Comparison:– click the Show Original button or press + on your keyboard.
Click Reset to discard all the current changes made with the Saturate tool.