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12 Beautiful Web Design Color Schemes Effortlessly Generated from Real-World Photographs with Adobe Color

by Viktor Solovey

Nature effortlessly pairs colors together that work. So darn well. The different shades of green on a leaf. The browns in wood grain.

As designers, observing and learning from nature, then, is a powerful tool. We can “borrow” its color combinations to inspire our own designs.

Adobe put out a free tool to help you do that: Color. It’s a mobile app as well as website app that generates color schemes automatically from images you upload.

It creates a great starting point to work from, and gives you a wonderful direction to follow to your final color scheme.

 

Insects Gathering in a Portland, Oregon Forest

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A Rusty Red Truck in San Francisco, California

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Bunches of Peppers in a Seattle, Washington Market

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Swiss Alps in the Spring (Switzerland)

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Beach in the Fall in Tillamook, Oregon

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Swifts Gathering in Portland, Oregon

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Fishermen in Howth, Dublin, Ireland

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Building in Annecy le Vieux, France

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Sunset in Delft, Netherlands

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Street in Gensano, Italy

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Trolley in Lisbon, Portugal

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Cafe Pavlac in Prague, Czech Republic

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Photo credits go to: Lou Levit, youliveyou.com

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