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Hi Folks, 

 

After a spot of help again...

 

So I have a design whereby I have three similar shapes, Each a different colour at present. I now need to match all three. Is there an easy way of matching the colour exactly?

 

Cheers folks

Mark

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Assuming you mean Affinity Photo? There is no easy way to do this unless you provide more information or show your images to get an idea of what you're dealing with. Post your images to get a better understanding.

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Hi Mvdarbs,

Thanks for posting on the forums :)

Both Affinity Designer and Photo have a colour picker tool, this can be found in the Colour Tab in the top right hand corner.

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Click and drag the colour picker tool onto the colour you wish to sample, this will then be held for you in the colour tab to use when you like :) - You can also use this with the paintbrush tool selected, hold down ALT and drag, this will match the colour in the same way. 

Jack

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I want to push the question further, there is a color matching feature for Photoshop which tries to match average color vaues between layers or opened documents. Is there any equovalent feature to do that?

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