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  • #84300
    Marie-Claire
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    Carole, I have the script PaletteMaker. But I wonder why the color depth of the photo is reduced in the first place. The colors in the palette are no longer as bright.

    #84303
    Cassel
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    • Superfan

    In order to identify specific colors to make a palette, it is the simplest way to select a finite number of colors. If all the gradients and shades of colors were still part of the image, it would be impossible for the script to know how to pick 8 colors that are not 8 shades of the same color.

    This script was a tweak on a script that came with PSP, where it would create a color palette to be used in the swatches.

    #84307
    Marie-Claire
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    Ok, thank you for the explanation  🙂

    #84308
    Marie-Claire
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    In the Lab at Experimentals, I’ve seen the Color Seeds images, a photo and below or next to it a color palette from the photo. I also think that’s a nice way to show a photo. Would it be nice to make such a script, where at the bottom or next to the chosen photo, you can choose a number of colors with the color dropper that the palette makes under or next to the photo?

    #84309
    Cassel
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    • 2509
    • Superfan

    Marie-Claire, it can surely be done, fairly easily too, using a similar process as for the Palette Maker script.

    On my to-do list!

    #84316
    Marie-Claire
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    Thank you !🤗

    #84322
    Susan Ewart
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    I’m quite interested in that new script too.

     

    #84450
    Suzy
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    • 175
    • Junior

    Same here! 😁😇

    #84504
    Cassel
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    • 2509
    • Superfan

    Thanks to Marie-Claire, I had a “quick” script to fall back on, when I realized that the “new” script I had done earlier this week, was something I had already done!

    #84512
    Marie-Claire
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    Love it ! thank you Carole. 🤗

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