There are a few reasons why you may not be able to change the Hue saturation on Photoshop. One possibility is that the Hue saturation adjustment layer is disabled for some reason. You can check this by selecting the layer in question and clicking the “Layer Settings” button (usually located in the lower-left corner of the Layers panel). If the “Hue saturation” option is not available, then it likely means that the layer is disabled.
To change the hue and saturation of a layer in Photoshop, use the HSL/CIE color picker. To open it, click the “Hue” button on the toolbar and then click on the “Saturation” button.
There is no shortcut to change Hue in Photoshop. You will need to use the Hue slider or the Hue/Saturation adjustment layer.
To change the tone color in Photoshop, open the Tone Curve dialog box (Window > Tone Curve). In the Tone Curve dialog box, click on the Tones tab, and then select a new tone color from the Color Picker.
There are a few ways to increase saturation in a photo. One way is to adjust the brightness, contrast, and color levels. Another way is to use filters or effects in Photoshop.
There are a few ways to do this in Photoshop. One way is to use the Burn Tool (B). Select the area you want to burn, and then click on the Burn Tool (B) and drag it across the area you want to burn. Another way is to use the Dodge Tool (D). Select the area you want to dodge, and then click on the Dodge Tool (D) and drag it across the area you want to dodge.