In today's session we will learn about the eyedropper tool.
Where and how is it used?
Today you will learn about color, here you are able to see two colors. One is black and below is white.
We will call this black color as the foreground color.
And the white color below, we will call it as a background color.
And how it is used, I will explain it to you.
If you want to change the foreground color, then you have to double click on it.
After double clicking, your color picker will be turned on and from here you can enter any type of color.
Look, your foreground color has turned into yellow.
If you want to fill the foreground color then you have to press Alt Backspace.
After pressing Alt Backspace, your foreground color will be filled.
I can change its background color by double clicking here and see it turned it into Green.
If you want to fill the background color anywhere, then you have to press ctrl+backspace.
By pressing Ctrl BackSpace, the background color gets filled.
Now I will open the image from here.
If I want to pick any one color from this image to fill it in an object, we will do this thing with the help of an eyedropper tool.
Now I am taking a new layer from here.
And I'll draw one square with the help of the Rectangular Mark Tool.
After drawing the square, I want the color of this building in this square.
So what will we do?
by going here and selecting the eyedropper tool.
With this tool, we will pick this color from here.
As soon as you pick the color with the eyedropper tool , here comes the foreground color which we picked .
by pressing Alt+ BackSpace.
you can fill the same color inside this rectangle .
So this we have made a square.
Here you can see Another tool is here along with eyedropper tool that is the Color Sampler Tool.
With this we can know the value of color.
Like i clicked here and you can see the info pallet has opened.
You can see the value of the color in the info pallet.
See The value of this color is written on RGB as RGB 47,145, 244.
So if you want this exact same color.
So you don't have to do anything. You have to double click here.
See here is RGB given, we will put the similar number in RGB. Like 47, green 145 and here is 244.
As we will click ok, same color has came here.
And if I want any object, like I have selected this part.
After selecting, i can fill this part by pressing Alt+ Backspace.
You can take samples upto 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 10 with the help of Color Sampler Tool.
And you can take upto 10 color samples, not more than 10.
As soon as you go to take a new color, here will be shown error that “Could not create a new sampler because the maximum number of samples is 10”.
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The colour sampler tool is used to inspect or measure the image's colour values. In other words, the colour sampler tool provides persistent colour pixel value readouts that are displayed in the Info panel, allowing you to see how the image changes after applying color-correction procedures and filters.
The colour sampler tool is similar to the eyedropper tool in that it creates persistent pixel value readouts in the Info panel and can display up to four colour sample point readouts in an image.
Colors can be sampled from anywhere in a picture and added to your Swatches panel using the Eyedropper tool. The Eyedropper tool (I) is selected. To acquire the effect you desire, use the Options Bar to tweak tool settings like Sample Size and Sample. To sample a colour, simply click on it.
You can use the Eyedropper tool to take a colour from an object or a picture and apply it to other objects. The Selection tool is used to choose an object. Press I or click the Eyedropper tool. Choose the colour you want to try.
To select a colour from an image or any Photoshop project, use the Eyedropper tool. In other words, the eyedropper tool is used to extract a colour from a given image and utilise it in whatever way you desire, such as the background, foreground, and so on.