It’s that time of year when new life and new growth are springing up all around!
It’s Spring! That means flowers often after tons of March and April rain showers. It’s a vibrant new season where a broad range of energetic colors are making their debut. To celebrate this lovely change of season we’ve created our very own complimentary hand-picked selection of ‘2018 Colors of Spring’ to incorporate into your slideshows. This vivid and cheery color palette is bursting with warm, fresh and bright hues. A perfect complement to a brilliantly color filled season ahead, and also great inspiration for some beautiful slideshow video creation.
2018 Trending Colors Palette for ProShow 9
Use the Color Tool + Color Palettes in ProShow 9!
With the re-designed color tool you can now select colors from the built-in selection of color palettes or you can customize your own. This new 2018 Trending Colors palette will be automatically included in ProShow if you have already upgraded to ProShow Gold 9 or ProShow Producer 9.
Follow along in our tutorial video to learn how to access this selection of beautiful colors and incorporate them into your slideshows.
Download: 2018 Colors of Spring Palette Freebie
Don’t love the color combos listed above then how about selecting the color palette directly from your image?!
Try ColorPalette FX or visit Adobe’s Color Wheel and simply upload the image you wish to pull color values from and presto. Not only that but Palette FX will also provide a contrast color and a color harmony triad to accent your palette, and…. well, as to be expected the Adobe options are almost infinite. Choose from color triad, complementary palettes, shade variations to monochromatic, and more. Plus Adobe even has a library of color themes to explore. Fun! Once you have created your palette, just copy the six digit hexadecimal value and you’re all set for ProShow!
How to Choose Colors in ProShow
In ProShow, you can set custom colors for a slide background, photo border, captions and more. To enter a specific color into ProShow, click on the color wheel then enter in the HEX or RGB color code.