Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring color rules, part of Adobe Color Essential Training.
- [Voiceover] One of the ways that Adobe Color…helps you choose the right color theme for your project…is by creating color harmonies via something called…a color rule.…In this movie, I'm going to explain the various…color rules that you have to deal with…here inside of Adobe Color, so that you can…understand them a little bit better…and allow them to work for you…when creating a color for your next project.…So first and foremost, we start off with the rules…over here on the left, so we have analogous,…monochromatic, triad, complementary,…compound, shades, and custom.…All of these up at the top, all the way down…to where it says shades, these are all…of the rules that Adobe Color has available to you.…
Custom means you're going to just develop…your own custom color theme, like we did…in the previous movie.…So we're not gonna take the time to discuss this one.…But the rest of these have a very specific use case,…and they have very specific quote-on-quote "rules"…to go along with them.…So let's explore that.…First off, you have to understand that these rules…
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