Provides controls to adjust Hue, Saturation, and Value levels in an image. The Hue control is an angular representation of the color values in an image. By rotating the Hue angle, you uniformly remap the colors throughout an image, similar to the effect of turning the hue or phase knob of a broadcast monitor.

The Saturation slider controls the intensity of color in an image, with a high value resulting in vivid color, and a low value resulting in a grayscale image with no color at all. The Value slider adjusts the overall brightness or darkness of all colors in an image, including the blacks and whites in a desaturated image.

Canvas showing effect of HSV Adjust filter

Adjust this filter using the parameter controls in the Filters Inspector:

  • Hue: Sets the angle of adjustment used to set the zero point of the color wheel.

  • Saturation: Sets the color saturation of the layer, ranging from –1.0 (no color information) to 0.0 (unadjusted color) to 3.0.

  • Value: Sets the intensity adjustment applied to the layer.

  • Mix: Sets the percentage of the original image to be blended with the color-corrected image.