Adjust HUE (and other parameters) based on reference color

Engaged ,
Jun 13, 2022 Jun 13, 2022

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I have an image with many different colors.

Now I have a reference color, for example a blue that's particular to my brand.

Is there a way to match the blue present in the image to my brand's color, but while doing that, it changes the HUE of the whole image?

I'm not trying to replace the blue from the image with my brand's blue.

 

Basically it analyzes both blues and based on their differences it adjusts the HUE and if needed, the saturation, brightness, etc.

 

Sure, I can do that by using my eyes, but I was curious if there's a way to do this where the chances of error between the 2 blues are practically zero? Any tool that does it automatically, or a trick to achieve the same result?

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Jun 15, 2022 Jun 15, 2022

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Please post examples. 

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Engaged ,
Jun 21, 2022 Jun 21, 2022

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Let's say I have this image:

DannyWyatt_0-1655798272071.png

And that I have this reference color:

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Now if I pick a pixel from the image with the eye dropper it will give me a color, right? Let's say that I pick a color from the sky and I get this:

DannyWyatt_2-1655798411602.png

 

Now I would like Photoshop to grab the values of the first blue, compare them to the values of the second blue and then modify all colors in the image based on that difference. In this case with this image of the beach, there would be some crazy colors, but this is just an example. When I posted my original post, I was working with a vector image where that color change wasn't relevant at all. I just wanted the blue to match a blue I have as my brand's color.

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