Histogram, sharpen, definition, noise reduction, vignette, white balance, and levels can all be added to your photo adjustment options.
That elevates Photos for OS X from a basic photo editing tool to something more advanced. The histogram, for example, lets you see the distribution of light and dark, red, blue, and green pixels within your image. Sharpen and definition can help make the blurry more clear. Vignette darkens images around the edges, and white balance and levels let you change casts, crush blacks, and more. All you have to do is turn them on!
How to access white balance, histograms, noise reduction, and more in Photos for Mac
- Launch the Photos app on your Mac.
- Find the photo you'd like to edit and open it. 3 Click on Edit in the upper right hand corner.
- Click on Adjust in the right hand navigation.
- Click on Add at the top right.
- Click on the type of adjustment you'd like to add.
- It will appear in the right hand section.
- Repeat this process for each type of adjustment you want to show up.
- If you'd like these adjustments to always show, just click on Save As Default at the bottom of the *Add menu**.