Saturation refers to the intensity of a color. A fully saturated color is very pure and deep; as you reduce their saturation, colors become progressively more washed out until at a zero saturation they become shades of gray.Varying saturation with 0% hue and 100% value Value refers to the overall brightness of a color. All colors with a value of zero, regardless of their hue or saturation, are black. As you increase value, colors become progressively brighter. The brightest, most saturated colors are those with the maximum value. Varying value with 0% hue and 100% saturation
Technical Terms: Saturation
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