im slightly confused. but i if i think i understand correctly: from the sherwin color palette, they list the RGB color values. you can replicate these values to replicate the color for your pixels.
Or you can download COLORZILLA, its a add on and operates in your browser, you use it like a eyedropper tool and can duplicate the colors. it also gives you a rgb values. i would try this out:
a similar application is DigiatalColor Meter.
Thanks, but that's not quite what i'm looking for. I'm trying to take the pixels color from the image (the rgb values would work fine), and i'm trying to find the corresponding, matching Sherwin Williams color.
I take an image of a blueberry, take the color sample of the pixel I want and it gives me 49,66,74 for the rgb value. I want to know what color swatch that value translates to from the Sherwin Williams color swatches. So 49,66,74 equals SW 6508 Secure Blue.
Basically is there an easier way to match the pixel color with the corresponding Sherwin Williams swatch color so I can create this mosaic.
im afraid your going to try and match it by eye/color values. maybe some others have suggestions
That's what I was afraid of. Thanks!
Did you look at the pdf download of color info?
What version of photoshop?
You can also read the rgb numbers from the swatches in the info panel when hovering over the swatch with the eyedropper tool.