A good Palette profile tackles a specific workflow with ease and fluidity. Adding efficiency to editing workflows using Palette Gear would make a great profile addition to our community. Here's how you can upload your own Palette profile to share with other Palette Gear users.
When you're editing thousands of photos in one session, even the tiniest efficiencies can mean a lot. Palette Gear was designed for the complexity of creative work. That is why we've reimagined the computing experience to be more personalized and workflow-centric. We’ve consulted with thousands of photographers — pros and hobbyists alike — and learned from what they needed most.
AtPalette, we’re particularly proud of how our productkeeps evolving and improvingthrough free, unrestricted software updates. Whether you backed us onKickstarteror just purchased last week, the result is the same — every module becomes more capable over time, through consistent feature additions and improvements.
Here’s something we get asked about often: how do you assign a Photoshop action to Palette? It makes perfect sense, really — both tools are made to save time and reduce inefficiencies when editing. Combining both? Even better. It’s easy to miss, however, as the setup involves a few additional steps. Here's exactly how to assign Photoshop actions to Palette Gear.