To extract color palette from image can be easier by Pantone Studio. This app lets you make color palettes directly from your mobile phone photos and save them with the original images.
Color Palette from Photos (Beijing, China)
Although we’re worried about coronavirus in South Korea, I’m just working as usual – the only difference is at home, not in the studio. I’m getting busier with planning new products and going to make this article simpler than others.
In Color Palette category, I post palettes that are extracted from paintings of great artists. I pick colors manually by Adobe Illustrator for the job. But I used a “mobile” application and my photo taken from China for today’s palette. Pantone Studio is definitely worth to try, and you would like it if you’re a color lover – you know, it’s Pantone!
How to extract color palette from image (by Pantone Studio) is very simple like this screenshot.
1. Download, open Pantone Studio and tap “Image” (mine is in Korean).
2. Choose a photo in your album then Pantone will make a color palette automatically.
3. Change the color scheme if you don’t like by dragging those color points (selecting different positions on the image).
4. That’s it! Share your palette by tapping the common “share” icon on the above right.
Easily extract color palette from image
The good thing is Pantone Studio saves several palettes (whole color scheme, each selected color, palette with original image, etc.) so you can choose what you prefer. AI lets you make color schemes effortlessly.
Maybe the only inconvenience of this app is the palettes are not saved in your camera roll. You have to share them via email and download.
Pantone Studio only shows Pantone codes for this palette. Adobe applications can convert Pantone code to CMYK but you can also use online color picker (not a converter) instead.
Pantone Studio is also useful to communicate with printing service providers if you’re a designer, as well as to extract color palette from image.
Do you like today’s palette and my “metallic” photo from China? It’s fine that the corona situation in China is getting better. Hope it will get better as well, in other countries in the world.
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