Brush the Tint adjustment on an image
You use the Tint Quick Brush adjustment to shift the tint in a specific area of an image. For example, if an object in your image has a cyan tint that you want to neutralize, you can add magenta to just that object without changing the overall tint of the image.
Note: You can also apply a Tint adjustment by brushing the Enhance adjustment on an image. However, brushing the Enhance adjustment on an image applies the Contrast, Definition, Saturation, Vibrancy, and Tint parameter settings. You use the Quick Brush equivalents when you need to apply each of these adjustments in different ways to different parts of the photo. For more information about the Enhance adjustment, see Adjust contrast, clarity, and saturation.
Selectively adjust tint in an image
Select a photo.
Do one of the following:
In the Adjustments inspector or the Adjustments pane of the Inspector HUD, choose Quick Brushes > Tint from the Add Adjustment pop-up menu.
In the tool strip, choose Tint from the Quick Brush pop-up menu .
The Tint Brush HUD appears, and the Tint adjustment controls appear in the Adjustments inspector and the Adjustments pane of the Inspector HUD, if both are shown.
Specify the brush stroke settings using the controls in the Tint Brush HUD.
Brush the adjustment on the area of the image where you want to change the tint.
Note: You may not notice the tint changes in the area of the image where you brushed the tint adjustment. To change the tint value, see “Modify the Tint adjustment after it has been applied to an image,” below.
Modify the Tint adjustment after it has been applied to an image
Select a photo with the Tint adjustment applied to it.
In the Tint area of the Adjustments inspector or the Adjustments pane of the Inspector HUD, use the Angle parameter controls to modify the way the color’s tint is shifted.