PicsArt Editing Tools: PicsArt Enhance Tool | Enhance Tool Explained

PicsArt Enhance Tool is an image retouching tool in PicsArt which can be used to enhance or increase/decrease the Clarity and the Saturation.

PicsArt Enhance Tool

Hello there! This is Daimary John and in this PicsArt Editing Tools Tutorial. We will learn about the PicsArt Enhance Tool.

Red Rose

For this particular tutorial, I will be using the image above. It’s an image of a Red Rose. I found this image on Pexels.

As mentioned above. You can adjust the amount of Clarity and the Saturation of your images. So let’s go ahead and learn more about the PicsArt Enhance Tool.

Clarity

The Clarity option does multiple actions within a single action. It Brightens the brighter pixels, Darkens the darker pixels and increases the strength and the intensity of the colours.

PicsArt Enhance Tool Clarity

As you can see in the image above. The darker pixels were darkened even more and the same for the brighter pixels. You can increase the amount of Clarity from 0 to all the way upto 100. All you have to do is slide the button to the right.

The image above was processed after applying the Clarity at a level of 10.

Saturation

Saturation means the Intensity of the Colours. Or, the strength of the colours.

PicsArt Enhance Tool Saturation

Once you slide the button to the right. You’ll notice that the colours starts to get stronger. And as you go further, you’ll notice the colours to get even more stronger.

The image above was processed after applying the Saturation at a level of 50.

Well, this was all in this post PicsArt Enhance Tool. I hope this tutorial to be the one you were looking for. If you have any questions, feel free to comment down below.

If you want to increase your knowledge over PicsArt. You can read and learn more through the following links provided below.

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