PicsArt Curves Tool is one of the most advanced colour adjustments tool which PicsArt has to offer. With the help of the PicsArt Curves Tool. You can increase or decrease the amount of colour in each pixel. This includes RGB, meaning Red, Green & Blue Pixels.
Hello there! This is Daimary John and in this post. We will learn about the PicsArt Curves Tool. It’s an advanced tool designed for the advanced users. Simply because it’s tough to balance each colour individually. But if you can master the Curves Tool, you shall have no problems with what is known as Colour Retouching.
For this project, we will be using the image of a Glass getting filled with water above. You can get this image from Pexels.
In order to start the Curves Tool. Go to PicsArt>Tools>Curves. So let’s get to know what is the PicsArt Curves Tool.
As soon as you tap on the Curves Tool, the interface changes to a tricolor circle with a big black box to the next. So the question is, Are these two; Tools? The answer is Yes. These are the main and the only highlights of the curves tool. So let’s get to know more about these tools. Starting off with the colour circle. Or, the colour picker.
By default it is set to tricolor, aka Grayscale. You get more options such as individual Green, Red and Blue.
With the tricolor option. You can adjust the colour “white” to increase or decrease the Brightness. All you have to do is just pull the string up or down. Or slide it left or right or even diagonally. The same process applies to the other colours such as Red, Green and Blue.
If you don’t want to adjust just the Brightness or the Darkness of the image. You can change the colour by tapping on the colour circle.
2. The Box:
The box is nothing sort of a new tool if you are regular with all the other Image Editing Softwares such as the Adobe Photoshop.
All the above mentioned colours can be manually adjusted by dragging any point from the colour string to any direction. See the image above.
You can also create multiple points and have more control over each colour by creating multiple points in each string. See the image above.
3. The Eraser Tool