Once you’ve chosen your Picture Control, you can add tweaks of your own
01 Quick Adjust
This slider takes the overall effect of the Picture Control (see diagram above) and makes it stronger or weaker, adjusting all the other sliders (below) in unison.
This slider increases the appearance of definition in fine detail. It’s like the sharpening tools in an image editor, though a little cruder.
This boosts the difference in brightness between the dark and light tones in the picture. More contrast will make images more vibrant, but can make sunlit pictures look harsh.
A simple adjustment to make your images come out brighter or darker. It’s not meant to correct exposure errors – you should do that with the camera controls!
This slider controls the strength of the colours in your pictures. It’s good for enhancing dull or subtle colours, but it can be too much for subjects which already have strong, primary colours.
Decreasing Hue gives images a reddish tone, while increasing it adds a greenish-yellow tinge. This isn’t meant to replace White Balance adjustments.