Generative recolor

Learn how to instantly preview diverse color variations for your product packaging, posters, or artwork on vector files. Generative recolor enables you to recolor as quickly as you can type. Experiment with off-the-wall ideas, ideate around different themes or palettes, and produce multiple variations in a snap. Try Adobe Firefly here.

Next, we are going to look at Generative recolor. To do so, click the link over here. In this instance, we are going to be able to change the colors of a graphic design element. Make sure that the file you upload is an SVG. This won’t work on jpegs or pngs. To demo this, I’m just going to choose the sample cat image and then use prompts to determine how Firefly can recolor this. For example, bright and happy Firefly will generate versions of that image that represent bright and happy, as you can see over here. The color palette of each result is indeed bright. I can choose to also shuffle the colors around or use a blue base, for example. Firefly will now generate four new options for me to choose from. Once you are happy with the result, you can choose to download, copy or edit it in Adobe Express.