Changes the colors of an image so that it only contains tones of a single color. This tool can be used to create various color effects, for example the well-known and over-used "sepia" effect that imitates old photographs (try e.g. hue = 40, saturation = 0.4).
- Input image.
- The target chromaticity value of the result, in hue degrees (0...359).
- The target saturation of the result color. 0 means grayscale, 1.0 is fully saturated.
- Adjustment to the intensity of the colors. 0 means no change, -1.0 makes the image every pixel black and 1.0 changes every pixel to a full-intensity version of the selected color tone.
- Output color image.