Color Matching In Photoshop – Change Color of Stock Images To Pantone Color of The Year

In this three-part Photoshop tutorial, we will learn how to use Adobe Stock’s visual search to find the right images for your projects faster, as well as learn two color-matching techniques.

You can use the first method to change the color of an object quickly and easily using the Hue Blending Mode.

The second method creates a more accurate color match using the Lab color mode.

The color that we’re going to match onto the objects in our images is Greenery, the Pantone Color of The Year 2017.

Every year since 2000, the Pantone Color Institute has chosen a color that reflects the current cultural climate.

The Pantone color of the year has historically influenced trends in all facets of design. Including architecture, interior décor, fashion, food, travel, and many other fields.

To follow along with this tutorial you can save free watermarked previews from Adobe Stock:

You can select Greenery as your color in Photoshop by using PANTONE 376 C or the hexadecimal color code #84BD00 (According to PANTONE’s Color Standards)

Coffee Cup used in this tutorial:

Final Image

Drag The Slider To See Before & After

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