Saturation is the color intensity of an image. A color
with high saturation will appear brighter and more vibrant than the
same color with low saturation. Colors in grayscale images have no saturations
(white, grays and black).
Selection refers to an area of an image that is selected
(isolated) so it can be edited while the rest of the image is protected.
color correction adjustment
A setting available in graphic software that allows
the user to adjust a specific color in an image. For example, you can
remove the blue in green grass without affecting the blue of the sky.
Shadow detail refers to the amount of detail contained
in the dark areas of an image. If the shadow is lightened too much in
an attempt to expose more detail, the risk is there to decrease the
overall contrast of the image.
A term describing the three subtractive primary colors;
Cyan, Magenta and Yellow. As opposed to the three additive colors; Red,
Blue and Green.