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Eyedropper and Color Sampler Tool in Photoshop

Eye Dropper And Color Sampler Tool In Adobe Photoshop

In this video, we will learn where eyedropper is used. As shown in video, in the left side; there’s an icon in bottom. Upper color is called foreground color and lower color is called background color. To change foreground color, double click on it. You can use shortcut keys for changing the color of background or foreground.

Now you want to fill a color from any object. For that, eye dropper is used. From tool bar, select eye dropper tool. In video, it is shown, with example that how you can fill color in different object.

In the toolbar, there is a color sampler tool under the eyedropper tool. You can know value of any color using this tool. On clicking it, info pallet will open. You can take ten color sample maximum.


Eyedroppers in Photoshop are tools that allow the user to select a color in an image and then apply that color to another point. This is done by clicking on an area in the image with the eyedropper tool, which will select the pixels of the color under the cursor and reproduce them at another location by clicking again.

A color sampler in Photoshop is a small, free-standing area of color that can be dragged around with the cursor to sample the color at any point on the screen. It is useful for checking out an image before opening it in Photoshop.

The Eyedropper Tool in Photoshop is a powerful tool that can be used to pick up any color from the screen and have it displayed in one's document. There are many ways to use this tool, including copying an existing color from one image and pasting it on top of another image.

The eyedropper tool allows users to select any color on their screen and use it as a paint color. It's great for quickly matching colors, such as the company's branding colors, without needing to know their exact RGB or hex code.

The color sampler tool in Photoshop is a powerful and versatile feature. It can be used to pick up colors from a photo, make a good design decision with the help of real-life examples, or set up a color scheme for an existing project.

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