Optics-2022 : Filters : Radial Tint
Radial Tint
Description
Tints the image using multi-color, radially graduated filters.
Category
Grads/Tints.
Controls
Presets
To select a preset, pick one from the Presets window.
Tint Mode
Selects how color is applied to the image.
Normal
Tints the image while retaining highlights.
Tint
The image is tinted by replacing hue and saturation.
Hue
The image is tinted by only replacing hue.
Lighten
Pixels darker than the color are replaced, and pixels lighter than the color do not change.
Darken
Pixels lighter than the color are replaced, and pixels darker than the color do not change.
Color 1
Sets the color for the top left quadrant of the image.
Color
Sets the color through the use of a standard color picker.
Opacity
Sets the opacity of the color.
Color 2
The Color 2 controls are the same as the controls for Color 1 except it is applied to the top right quadrant of the image.
Color 3
The Color 3 controls are the same as the controls for Color 1 except it is applied to the bottom right quadrant of the image.
Color 4
The Color 4controls are the same as the controls for Color 1 except it is applied to the bottom left quadrant of the image.
Radial Grad
Sets the position, rotation and aspect ratio of the radial gradient.
Position
There is an on-screen control in the center of the image. By clicking and dragging the on-screen control or sliders, the position of the grad can be adjusted.
Size
The size of the grad.
Rotation
The rotation of the grad.
Aspect
The aspect ratio of the grad.
Highlights
Preserve Highlights
Preserves the white areas of the image.
Exposure Compensation
Exposure Compensation adds back the brightness loss as a result of the filter application.
Spot
A spot in the form of a radial gradient can optionally be used to control where color is added to the image. Go to the Spot section of Common Filter Controls to see how the Spot controls work.