photoshop Eyedropper Tool

photoshop  Eyedropper Tool

photoshop  Eyedropper Tool

photoshop  Eyedropper Tool

photoshop  Eyedropper Tool






photoshop  Eyedropper Tool everyone this is ADP EDITING with good credit Oriole today I want to go over the eyedropper tool as well as the color sampler tool so the eyedropper tool is effective when you're creating a design like a brochure or website or some kind of advertisement or new media even like an app design and you're creating an image for it and you want to pull a hue a color out of a photo and maybe use it for some text or for some shapes and conjunction with the photo so what you want to do is go ahead and open up a photo and click on the eyedropper tool where you can press I on the keyboard as you can see the other shortcut and if you have the foreground color selected here on top and if you just left click anywhere it will change the foreground color to that color right so if I select the background color and click that and then I can just hover anywhere say get the blue out of there and click OK then that changes the background color to whatever I was clicking on now a shortcut know to know is that by default of course if I click anywhere it will change the foreground color but if you hold alt on the PC or option on the Mac then it will actually change the background color so if you just click somewhere that's the foreground color alt or option click somewhere that will change the background color pretty quickly and you can see both of them changed right there now when you're sampling by default if you look up at the top you'll see point sample what that means is wherever you're clicking that specific 1 pixel is what you're sampling all right if you want if you have an area that you just want kind of an average of an area you can choose some of those other ones 3 by 3 5 by 5 11 by 11 all the way up to 101 by hundred one average what that will do is it will average out all the hues in that area all the colors and just get an average of it and set the foreground or the background color to that color all right and of course you can click on any of these and you can add it to a swatch if you want to use it later or you can write down the RGB levels the red green blue or their CMYK to use them in some kind of color scheme all right now you can also another option to be familiar whether the sample by default usually have it just set to current layer but you can also sample from the current layer and below we're all layers all layers with no adjustments added or the current one and below with no adjustments to the end of the below layers I just have one layer right here by default is just a jpg photo that's not as relevant but it's something to be familiar with and another thing to be familiar with is where it says show sampling ring if I click and drag around here you'll notice that top area is the new color the foreground color will be set to and then the bottom curve kind of the u-shape is the current sample alright so that would be slightly different that'd be very different just depending on where we end up clicking alright now when you're sampling with the eyedropper tool if you hold on to shift it turns it into this other tool which is the or you can just select it here the color sampler tool alright so what that does the color sample tool it's a little bit different if you just click click click and click you can do up to 4 samples what that does is it pulls out the info tab here and we have number 1 number 2 number 3 number 4 wherever that area that the pixel right below it that's the RGB levels for those areas alright and we can move this was a normal layer I can move it around and it actually changed as you can see there the levels because now it's on top of a different pixel art in order to move those around if you hover right over it turns into that new symbol there you can move them around all right and if you hold down alt and just hover right over it turns into that scissor symbol then that would delete them and then you can click and drag new ones out because it will only allow for color samples at the same time if you have the eyedropper tool selected then you can't really you know select them until you hold down ctrl or command then you can move them around so that's the color sampler tool as well as the eyedropper tool it can be pretty effective when you want to just use a color that's in a photo in some kind of design.


photoshop Eyedropper Tool photoshop  Eyedropper Tool Reviewed by ADP CREATION on November 02, 2019 Rating: 5
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