Layer Adjustments: Hue,Brightness, Saturation of the full layer - cannot find it in Fresco

New Here ,
Dec 19, 2019 Dec 19, 2019

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Hello! I'm trying to find an option that allows me to change hue, saturation and brightness of a chosen layer.Meaning I want to change the full layer hue, saturation (not blending mode)

For example in Procreate I would do:

Select the layer>unnder Adjustments>Hue,Saturation,Brightness

In Photoshop

Select the layer>under Image>Brightness/contrast + Hue/Saturation.

 

I want to change the brightness, hue and saturation of all the elements located on the same layer (all of them without having to manually repaint).

 

Is there such thing, or you just forgot to add this.

please help.

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Adobe Employee , Dec 19, 2019 Dec 19, 2019
Hi Pedro.  This functionality is not yet in Fresco.  It has, however, come up on User Voice as a feature request. Please add your vote to this link: https://adobefresco.uservoice.com/admin/v3/ideas/38669785/. Having all requests in a single location helps the team prioritize feature development.  Sue. 

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Adobe Employee ,
Dec 19, 2019 Dec 19, 2019

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Hi Pedro. 

 

This functionality is not yet in Fresco. 

 

It has, however, come up on User Voice as a feature request. Please add your vote to this link: https://adobefresco.uservoice.com/admin/v3/ideas/38669785/. Having all requests in a single location helps the team prioritize feature development. 

 

Sue. 

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New Here ,
Dec 19, 2019 Dec 19, 2019

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Hi Sue

 

Thank you so much

I'm not able to access the link. I logged in with my adobe credentials but It's saying that I have no rights to access.

 

How can I vote?

Pedro

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New Here ,
Feb 14, 2020 Feb 14, 2020

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You CAN change adjust color, hue, saturation, luminosity, etc. by creating a layer above the layer you want to adjust and setting its Blend Mode to your choice of adjustment, then paint on that layer over the areas of the layer below that you want to adjust.

 

For example, if you want to create more saturation, set the new layer above the one you want to adjust to Saturation Blend Mode and then paint with any high saturation color. Works great until we get adjustment layers in Fresco. 

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New Here ,
Dec 20, 2020 Dec 20, 2020

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Good work around, thanks!

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New Here ,
Mar 26, 2021 Mar 26, 2021

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You've changed my life with this tip. Thank you!!

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Mar 26, 2021 Mar 26, 2021

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Glad to hear it, @flawhfi o2qh! ... :o)))

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