Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a theme from an image, part of Adobe Color Essential Training.
- [Voiceover] The final thing that we're going to talk about…is how to get an image into the Adobe Color website…from your desktop computer.…You saw me in the previous movie talk about…how to do this with a phone, but now, we're actually…going to do it on our desktops.…So, we've gotten back to our desktop, and the client…sends us a photo, and they're like, "Here, we like these…colors for the brochure."…Well, this is something that you have to deal…with quite often, unfortunately, so you have to…figure out a way to extract the colors from the image…they send, and turn them into a usable set of colors…that you can use on a project inside of InDesign,…Illustrator, or even Photoshop.…
Well, it's actually pretty simple with Adobe Color CC.…We're going to go up here to this little icon where…it says Create From Image, and once we click on that,…we're going to go out to my desktop here.…I've got an image called "graffiti", which has a lot…of cool colors inside of it.…You can use any image you want from your computer.…
Join Justin Seeley as he explores the essential features of Adobe Color. He shows how to create themes using the online color wheel, edit themes with color rules, participate in the Adobe Color community, and use your themes in Illustrator and Photoshop. He also shows how to turn photos into color themes with the Adobe Capture mobile app.
- Creating a basic theme in Adobe Color
- Exploring color rules
- Editing color themes
- Removing themes from a library
- Creating a theme from an existing image or with your camera
- Using Adobe Color in Illustrator and Photoshop