When editing a photo, you can work in three differents colors modes:
Automatic Color Mode: In this mode when editing the stroke color will be taken from the original image. But you can specify displacement values of Hue, Saturation, and Brightness.
Hue: As you move this slider you will be obtaining the hues in the spectrum. The default value is in the center of the slider.
Saturation: In this mode when editing Turn this control to the left to get less saturated colors. Keep this control in the middle to get the same saturation in the original image, and turn to the right this control to get more saturated colors.
Brightness: In this mode when editing Turn this control to the left to get darker colors and to the right to get lighter colors.
Fixed Color Mode: In this mode when editing will paint with colors ranging between a foreground and a background color. To select the foreground color, use the left mouse button, to select the background color, use the right mouse button. Is highly recommended to use as foreground, light colors, and as background, dark colors. If not the result will have an aspect of a negative image.
Variant Color Mode: In this mode when editing this color mode let you mix different colors in the same drawing area. To select a new color just click in the desired color. To clear all selected colors click on the reset button.
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