In the HSL/color section you can fine tune the color in a photo by adjusting its hue, saturation, and lightness. CyberLink PhotoDirector lets you adjust the color in two different ways, but with the similar results.
Note: if you converted the selected photo to black and white, the HSL/color section displays as Black and White. See Black and White Mix for details on adjusting the lightness in black and white photos.
Click on Saturation to adjust the saturation of color in the photo. Dragging the sliders to right increases the amount of that color in the photo, while dragging it to the left reduces it. If you drag the slider all the way to the left, you can completely remove a color from the photo.
Use to adjust the color saturation by clicking on a color in the photo and then dragging the mouse up or down. While holding the mouse button down, dragging the mouse up increases the color saturation. Dragging the mouse down decreases it.
To use, select a color on the palette and then use the sliders to adjust the hue, saturation, and lightness as required. See the HSL descriptions above for information on the effects of using these sliders. Click on HSL to return to the HSL sliders.