Saturation

Why do my photographs taken with a film camera look so saturated?
How do you improve movie saturation?How do you know if a photo is too saturated?How do you adjust saturation on a camera?How do you take good pictures...
Saturation vs vibrance
Saturation affects color intensity and enhances every color in an image. Vibrance is a little more specific. It saturates the parts of a photo that ar...
What's the correct term when a photo is over saturated?
overexposed means that the sensor (or a significant part of it) recorded too much light for a normal exposure. blown out means that some area or compo...
How does Saturation in Lightroom work?
In the Color panel, use the Saturation slider to adjust the color intensity of all of the colors in the photo. Saturation is an absolute adjustment; i...
Does light hardness affect color saturation?
How does light affect color saturation?What decreases the saturation of a color?Does saturation increase color intensity?How does saturation affect co...
Image Color and Saturation
What is saturation in an image?What is the difference between color and saturation?How do images get saturated in color?What does saturation tell us a...
Saturation and contrast in photography vs video
What does saturation mean in video?Are saturated photos good?What is saturation in photography?Is contrast the same as saturation?What does saturation...
What do Hue, Chroma, Saturation, Value, Tones, Tints, Shade, etc. mean?
Hue is color (blue, green, red, etc.). Chroma is the purity of a color (a high chroma has no added black, white or gray). Saturation refers to how str...
What's the difference between saturation and vibrance in Lightroom?
The difference between vibrance and saturation in Lightroom is that vibrance detects highly saturated portions of the scene, as well as skin tones, an...