|Image properties can be changed by accessing the Image Filter options.|
Select one or more images on your page.
Click on the Image Filter icon.
If required, click on the More Options... button to reveal additional properties.
|Brightness refers to the overall lightness or darkness of the image.|
Use the Brightness slider to adjust your image's luminosity level.
|Contrast is the difference in brightness between objects or regions.|
Use the Contrast slide to make adjust the relative levels of dark and light areas in your image.
|Temperature describes the color of light in an image. Temperature ranges from a blue to gold/orange range.|
Use the Temperature slide to cool or warm your images.
|Tint is the mixture of a color with whiteness of your images. Tint ranges from a red to green range.|
Use the Tint slider to balance the red-to-green ratio of your images.
|Note: Temperature & Tint are components of white balancing.|
Images reflect the light conditions under which they were taken, as well as camera settings. You can adjust temperature and tint to achieve the degree of white clarity required - a pure white versus a warm ivory.
|Gamma changes the difference between dark and light areas - akin to adjusting Brightness and Contrast simultaneously.|
|Black & White increasingly desaturates color from your image, until it reaches a greyscale range.|
|Blur reduces the sharpness/focus of your images.|
|Color Tint applies an overlay of selected color equally to your entire image.|