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Local adjustment hue slider: how to disable, or make neutral?

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Jun 19, 2020

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ETA: Just noticed the effect popup at top of adjustment panel, where I can choose "temp" to only adjust temp slider. I've used adj. brush a lot in the past, but never noticed that popup which allows selecting only one parameter to edit. This solved my problem.

 

Trying out the new hue slider for adjustment brush. I have a portion of my shot that is blue from daylight (most of the frame is tungsten lit). So I want to use adjustment brush to warm up the blue section.


I'm having trouble accomplishing that with hue slider, even if I reduce saturation. I can make the correction with the adjustment brush temp slider, but how do I disable the hue slider, or make it neutral? It is adding unwanted color.

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As with any other slider or value: Double-click on the text/its name next to it.

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Local adjustment hue slider: how to disable, or make neutral?

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Jun 19, 2020

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ETA: Just noticed the effect popup at top of adjustment panel, where I can choose "temp" to only adjust temp slider. I've used adj. brush a lot in the past, but never noticed that popup which allows selecting only one parameter to edit. This solved my problem.

 

Trying out the new hue slider for adjustment brush. I have a portion of my shot that is blue from daylight (most of the frame is tungsten lit). So I want to use adjustment brush to warm up the blue section.


I'm having trouble accomplishing that with hue slider, even if I reduce saturation. I can make the correction with the adjustment brush temp slider, but how do I disable the hue slider, or make it neutral? It is adding unwanted color.

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Correct answer by F. McLion | Adobe Community Professional

As with any other slider or value: Double-click on the text/its name next to it.

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As with any other slider or value: Double-click on the text/its name next to it.

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Or after selecting the brush, double-click on the word effect to reset all sliders.

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