Colour Variants & Colour Changing Services
For online business retailers, it’s critical to showcase your whole range of product variations. In any case, it’s not generally doable to shoot each variety. Also, for photographers, colour correction saves significant editing time so you can concentrate on customer fulfilment rather than post-preparing.
Colour variations are useful in case you’re adding another colour to a current product offering, you didn’t have the opportunity or spending plan to shoot the entirety of the product variations during the shoot, or you don’t have access to images of the different colour options. Despite the explanation, colour variation services can save you significant editing time yet, in addition, make a positive client and customer experience.
Send us your pictures and return to concentrating on your business — we’ll convey top-notch, regular looking shading variations rapidly and moderately.
What are the colour variants?
Colour variants — or Colour changes or Colour corrections — are the point at which an image (or some portion of a picture) is controlled to be an alternate colour. There are ordinarily where colour changes are expected to make the enhanced visualization that will satisfy your customers, coordinate your image’s stylish, or make clients purchase your item.
How to do color variants
The Match Color order in Photoshop can assist you with changing hues in only one or in various pictures. This only works in RGB mode.
With Color Range mode, you select a colour or colour range from your unique picture. This mode can likewise help modify subject’s appearances, as it automatically detects and selects faces.
The Color Picker and Eyedropper are other Photoshop instruments that you can utilize. At long last, everything relies upon why you’re performing colour correction post-processing techniques.
When to use color variants
- You want to change only the color of the product in the photo, keeping everything else exactly the same — so customers can more easily compare color options
- Shooting a natural photo doesn’t accurately capture the real-life color of the product
- Introducing a new product to an existing product line and you can’t do a new shoot for it
- You only have one or a few color samples for the photoshoot and don’t have time or money for a new shoot for when you get those images
- When you have a long list of SKUs to shoot, it’s more efficient to take a photo of one color variation for each
When not to use color variants
- You sell one-of-a-kind, unique or handmade items that are not easily replicated
- When you don’t actually have the product available in all of the colors you want to represent visually
Typically, it is best to use a combination of ghost mannequin and live models. The ghost mannequin provides consistency for your main product thumbnails and images on websites or in catalogs, but live models add a human and relatability factor. It also puts the products into context for consumers.
Colour variants & changing services at Pixi Path
At Pixi Path, we’ve taken in a ton about colour corrections and colour adjustment. We’ve got the opportunity to edit more than 5 million photos, and this has permitted us to keep on improving our method.
At the point when we need to show the entirety of the colour variants available for your product, we utilize one picture of the product and one picture of every one of the hues. This permits us to ensure the product appears to be identical overall variations, with the special case being just the colour.
Sometimes, this encourages you to get an edited picture that looks more like the product, in actuality, than a normal shot casing. Clients need to see pictures that speak to reasonable desires, so the closer you can get to the in-person look of a product the better.
Organizations flourish when you give your clients an incredible shopping experience. What’s more, we realize that it is so critical to convey common-looking photos that make that experience — all at a reasonable cost.