How to get saturation in color's in Photoshop ?

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    Question How to get saturation in color's in Photoshop ?

    I have a quick question..

    When your drawing a environment or a building or anything that you would want to look less muddy or solid in Photoshop.How would you go about getting saturation in your mood and settings.For example dile and a few other artist on here have that down is it a setting thing or just figuring out different colors to use?

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    Richard Schmid says "muddy color is just inappropriately placed color"
    So it is finding and seeing the correct color for an area

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