White balance is used to remove unrealistic color casts, so that objects which appear white in person are rendered white in your photo.
To adjust the white balance of a photo, you can click a photo area that you want to specify as a neutral color with White Balance Eyedropper , and then you can fine-tune it using the "Temp" and "Tint" sliders.
Set the overall image brightness and increases or decreases the image contrast.
|Before||Exposure +60||Exposure +60, Contrast +50|
The "Saturation" and "Vibrance" sliders are both used to adjust the saturation of the colors in the image.
"Saturation" slider adjusts all the pixels in the image evenly. With "Vibrance" slider only the least saturated colors in the image are adjusted and those pixels which are already relatively saturated are adjusted less.
|Before||Saturation +100||Vibrance +100|
The Clarity slider is used to improve the clarity of an image. Moving the Clarity slider to the right will increase the edge definition of the image, make the image appear sharper. If you want to make the image look soft, move the slider to the left.