How to Use Adobe Color Themes in Photoshop for Color Grading with Gradient Maps

How to Use Adobe Color Themes in Photoshop for Color Grading with Gradient Maps

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Get the Gradients: One of my favorite tools in Photoshop is Adobe Color Themes. It is a neat little extension that helps you build color palett

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Get the Gradients:

One of my favorite tools in Photoshop is Adobe Color Themes. It is a neat little extension that helps you build color palettes around a central color that you have in mind. It can be very helpful in any sort of design work (which I usually need a lot of help with).

Adobe Color Themes has replaced the Kuler Extension found in CS 6. If you are looking for Kuler in CC you won’t find it, you’ll see Color Themes instead. Likewise, if you are looking for Color Themes in CS6, you won’t find it, it is called Kuler in CS6. Either way, the functionality is the same.

Adobe Color Themes is basically a Color Theory engine. You can select a color and make a color palette based on your desired outcome. From finding the perfect complimentary color to your desired color to making analagous, monochromatic, and triadic palettes, it can all be done fast in Color Themes.

Before you discredit this extension for photographers and place it only in the designer’s belt, I want you to think about its application for Color Grading your photos using Gradient Maps. I have talked about Color Grading with Gradient Maps before on f.64 Academy, but Adobe Color Themes takes it to a new level of awesome!

In today’s tutorial, I will show you how to do some awesome color grading with Adobe Color Themes that makes designing Gradients a breeze! We will discuss three ways that I use it to make my color grading decisions:

1. Using Color Themes to replace the brush palette colors to make instant gradients,.

2. Applying a color palette to your Swatches to be used in design work and making gradients with the selective eye dropper

3. Taking a screenshot of several palettes and using the eye dropper in the Gradient Map to make many gradients with speed and efficiency.

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    Thank you so much….u explained it with such precision.

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    Excelente tutorial !!…

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    Bro listen to me… I have been doing photography for a year and a half now and I watched probably 2,000 different videos on several different subjects and I’ve learned a lot. This is by far the best and most useful tutorial I’ve watched yet. I have also never commented on any of the videos I watched so you know you just changed the game for me! God bless you I hope you have a wonderful day

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    Lol this is what I was looking for. So glad I found it today.

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    HOOOLLLLLY COW! you made it look so easy, thanks a lot!

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    Three years later and we still cannot select colors from the color themes. LOL

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    Great info. But how do you color correct and already good looking photo, or a poster 🤔 the colors are still a little weird. You should apply that to flat or raw photos. Also I wished you added that little extra info about fine tuning gradient points.

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    Is that Extensions -> Adobe Color Theme are required to download first? Because is not there in my photoshop.

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    But i cant click on extensions on the start when you go window and then extensions but i cant click

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    Excellent and so well explained. Just what I was looking for and could not find anywhere else. Liked and subscribed 🙂

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    Man you cannot pick from AdobeColorTheme if Adjustment layer mask is selected. Close last window, try to select the level adjustment icon itself and you will be able to pick anywhere.!

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    This is amazing tutorial

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    great job you explained like no other … new sub here.

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    how to i hide this tool, it wont go away!!!

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    I have a question. I've found a foreground color that I want to use as a base. Is there a way to import that base color into the Adobe Color themes and get it's the base color there?

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    Hey Blake. I wanted to use Adobe Color Themes but when I open it I don't see the numbers or all of the options–sliders, swatches, wheel. I can choose one of those at at time and nowhere do I see the numbers so I can't select a hue from the numbers. And suggestions?

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    Frank Ribéry 2.0????

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    I can't find adobe colour theme. Help…

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    You are good. THX master! 🙂

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    im using cs6 and no my KULER is empty… how it works?

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    Snipping Tool or Print Screen is not a good idea. The results show a different color number.

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    I had to log out and in from Photoshop Help. That seems to have done the trick.

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    Blake you never cease to amaze. Just when I thought I knew everything about working with color in Photoshop. This is so cool

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    Very very useful tutorial… appreciate !

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    This is an owsum tutorial vid on the subject. Answered all my questions abt pallets. especially how to apply it to an image. Thank you!
    Liked and subscribed!

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    Very helpful yet to this date. Thank you!

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    Thank you for this tutorial!

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    thank u so muuuuuch ….. God Bless You

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    Excellent information! Thanks.

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    Excelente tutorial !!…

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    This was amazing thank you 😊

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    Dear Blake! You T O T A L L Y ROCK! Dude! you just gave me the final answer to create not only my themes for my own style but also to build my OWN LUTS! Thank you and God bless you in abundance brotha! THX A MILLION!!!

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    Great tutorial, with good technical content, as usual. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you, this is extremely useful.

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    Can You Make/Convert the Look i Create into A LUT For Video Color Corection That Would Be Awesome Thanks

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    Great explanation. I was looking for a explanation using Adobe Color Themes specifically . Thanks, it was very helpful.

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    Thank you
    this was super informative

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    Good tutorial, how do i show Sliders under the Wheel just like you did?

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    Absolutely phenomenal video. Very instructional and helpful for me and you definitely earned my subscription.

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    Very instructive, helped me understand color themes.

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    Excellent training! Hard to find this level of depth on a topic. Thanks much.

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    I always wondered what Kuler was for; now I know. Thanks, Blake!

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    Awesome tutorial and "tutorialist"….
    Very concise and clear…

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    Yesterday I was working on an image and wanted to colorize it. I was struggling to get the feel I wanted, so decided to step away for a bit and work on it later. This morning this was the first video I saw from YouTube. Thanks Blake! I'm excited to try this technique out!

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    Thanks for the tips! It's rally helpful.

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    Great!! Helped me alot

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    One question, when I look at color schemes (movies) I see 3 schemes.

    1 for the darks
    1 for the mids
    1 for the highs.

    So, when you use gradients, can you work seperatly on darks/mids/highs?

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