Fine-Tuning Colors of Photos and Images (Mac OS X)
Set to display the Color Settings dialog box.
On the Color Adjustment pane, adjust the color tones, brightness, and so on as desired.
Click OK to close the Color Settings dialog box.
Fine-tune color tones by adjusting the levels of Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow.
Adjust the gray tone to suit the images of monochrome photos. Choose cool black (tinged with
blue), pure black (neutral), warm black (tinged with red), and so on. Select the color tone in the
color region or from the list.
Adjust the brightness of printed images while keeping the darkest and lightest portions intact.
Adjust the contrast of the darkest and lightest portions relative to each other.
For soft gradation, decrease the contrast. For hard gradation, increase the contrast.
Adjust the level of color saturation, in a range from subdued to vivid.
Click Object Adjustment to open the Object Adjustment dialog box, which allows you to select the color adjust-
ment target from Images, Graphics, and Text.