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How to Use the Eye Dropper Tool in Photoshop

How to Use the Eye Dropper Tool in Photoshop
"One of the handiest tools in Adobe Photoshop is the Eye Dropper, used for sampling individual pixels in a predetermined area. In addition to its ability to match any color in your image exactly, the Eye Dropper has some other important functions. Advertisement Step 1 Select the Eye Dropper tool from the toolbar and experiment by moving it to different colors in your image and clicking. Notice how the foreground color swatch, located in your toolbar, changes with each click to an exact color match. Step 2 Change the number of pixels the Eye Dropper tool samples at the top of your screen while the tool is active. The default is to sample one pixel at a time, but if your image has slight color variations choose ""3 by 3"" or ""5 by 5"" from the Sample Size menu for a blended color match from a larger area. Advertisement Step 3 Open your Levels histogram by pressing ""Ctrl"" and ""L"" and move the Eye Dropper over your image while watching the tonal values range to determine whether your image contains pure black or pure white. Step 4 Use the Eye Dropper tool to select complementary colors in your image when applying text. Tip Create a duplicate copy of an image before beginning to experiment with Photoshop tools. Work on the copy and keep your original image intact. Experiment by using two or more colors from your image to create a flattering border. Advertisement" - https://www.affordablecebu.com/

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"How to Use the Eye Dropper Tool in Photoshop" was written by Mary under the News category. It has been read 340 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 30 January 2022.
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