Adobe Capture is a tool that we have for our mobiles that allows us to even look through its camera to see patterns, vectors and even fonts. A creative vector machine that now, with the new update, it even allows you to create color gradients from the camera.
Gradients right now are a regular design trend and designers are on the hunt for new patterns to bring life and color to their creations. Those gradients are in our own real world and it is with the new update that you can “capture” them.
Whether it is a sunset or those autumn colors that are found in nature, Adobe Capture lets you use the same photos you’ve done to extract a gradient that will bring that creation to life for a website, animated piece background, or that digital illustration you’re just starting out.
Gradients are in Capture’s color mode and you can find it located in the toolbar with a color mode icon. Capture you will find a color gradient in the photo or just flick over the image to select one for yourself.
That gradient will be extracted so they can be more than 2 colors with a maximum of 15. You can use the gestures to change the number of them and make adjustments to the photo to produce more striking effects or the one you are looking for a simpler and more effective one.
Later save and export as an image, SVG or CSS code. You can use that CSS code in web projects and if you have Illustrator or Adobe XD you can take it directly to your work.
A great arrival for Adobe Capture that allows us to extract those gradients of color that we can have around us and that we had never noticed. Don’t miss the colors of climate change by Adobe and Pantone.