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dave777

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 6:25 am    Post subject: Harmonize Colour Palette Reply with quote

Hello!
I love this place can you please help me up! I have the following colour palette. The last two colours are the primary colours which will be the driving colours of the website and PDF reports. I wonder how do I harmonize all colours so that they look all in sync with one another?
I need a unified colour palette for the website/pdf reports. Is there a way to do that easily but in a professional way in Photoshop? I tried applying unifying colour actions in Photoshop (Florabella Colorplay) but those dilute the original colours.
Thanking you so much!)
Dave
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SC Photo Designs

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 01, 2016 1:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If I understand you correctly, are you wanting to kind of blend the colours together so there isn't as much of a clear "line" between them? If so, using the rectangular marquee tool, you can make a selection that covers the "lines" in each separation, (and by holding down shift button) you can continue with the other "line" until you have them all selected. Then I would add a gaussian blue (only slight) until you're happy with the effect.

Is that what you mean?

Sarah :)
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