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Bing Images Search by Color

Color as a solid swatch may be an absolute value such as red, blue, green, yellow, etc. but to take a picture and then decide a color for that picture is an objective task! Can you just allot one color for a picture of a garden that shows a blue sky, green meadows, and multi-colored flowers? Probably not — or maybe you can just choose green as a dominant color in that case — whatever you do, there will be times when you need a picture that has a predominant red value or a primary grey value — or a foremost value of some other color. Fortunately, Bing’s Image Search has some great filters that let you percolate your search results to any color!

Learn how to search images in Bing by using the built in color filters.

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