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6.5. Scatter HSV

6.5.1. Overview

Figure 16.130. Example of applying the Pick HSV filter

Example of applying the Pick HSV filter

Original image

Example of applying the Pick HSV filter

Filter “Pick HSV” applied

The Scatter HSV filter creates noise in the active layer or selection by using the Hue, Saturation, Value (luminosity) color model.

6.5.2. Activate the filter

You can find this filter through FiltersNoiseScatter HSV.

6.5.3. Options

Figure 16.131. “Scatter HSV” filter options

Scatter HSV filter options


This preview displays interactively changes before they are applied to the image.


This slider (1 -8) controls how much the new pixel color value is allowed to be applied compared to the existing color. A low holdness will give an important hue variation. A high holdness will give a weak variation.

Hue slider

This slider changes the color of the pixels in a random pattern. It selects an increasing available color range in the HSV color circle starting from the original pixel color.

Saturation Slider

This slider increases saturation of scattered pixels.

Value Slider

This slider increases brightness of scattered pixels.

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