If you want a “mobile” color palette generator from photo, Pantone Studio must be the simplest solution. You can make color schemes directly from your mobile camera roll and display them with the original images by this “color specialized” app.
Tranquil Purple Palette
Photo from Daejeon, Korea
Honestly this article is similar to the previous one. You can use Pantone Studio as a color palette generator from photo – I’m going to show you how to, with my photograph taken in Daejeon, South Korea.
Spring is coming, but we hardly go out. I’m not a too-much-worried type of person but staying at home may be the best for average people.
Although we’re a bit tired of coronavirus updates, we still have to be careful and that’s one way to help the people who’re directly fighting against the virus.
Please also refer to my previous article for extracting color palette by Pantone Studio. Today’s post is more focusing on sharing or downloading to actually get the palette.
As I wrote before the palettes made by Pantone Studio are not saved in your camera roll. So you can do it as the steps below, after sharing them via your email.
Use color palette generator from photo
1. Open the shared palette image via your mobile email and take a screenshot.
2. Then crop it as you like. You can find many apps such as Picsplay, Repix, or Photogrid to crop your photos by various ratios. (Check my Photo Apps category for the tips to use them.)
Saved and finished too simply! Or download the palettes to your desktop if you prefer. You can enjoy your palettes beautifully displayed with the original photos like mine.
As you see Pantone Studio is a convenient color palette generator from photo which makes several types of palettes by the same color scheme.
The Korean traditional architecture looks peaceful, like today’s tranquil purple palette and unlike this corona situation in many countries. It was a kind of research institute (I can’t find another, better word for it due to my poor English) – a place for scholars. It looks good to focus on study.
I think study is one thing that we can do at home these days. To make this “unexpected times at home” productively is up to us. Hope all of you are fine.
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