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Yuko Nakamura – Google+ – How do you search movies? Trick: “Movie poster images by color” #googlesearch #movie #trick

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/08/31

I was aware of Finally, proof that all movie trailers use the same color palette.

Now I know that movie posters differ there palettes according to the genre of movie.

Thanks Lars Fosdal – Google+. for re-sharing this: How do you search (Google) movies?  

It got me doing some searching myself, and the colour distribution has been researched before too:

Back to the shared post, as it adds genre to the colours:

Trick: “Movie posters” by color on Google Images

  1. Type “movie posters”
  2. Click images  > Search tools > Color

[Movies by Colors]

  • Red: Likely Action
  • Orange: Likely Drama, Western and / or Adventure
  • Yellow: Likely Comedy
  • Green: Likely Sci-Fi
  • Light Blue: Likely  History and / or Mystery
  • Blue: Likely History and / or Mystery (almost same as the light blue)
  • Purple: Likely Romance or / and Horror
  • Pink: Likely Drama
  • White: Likely Drama, Thriller or / and Horror
  • Grey: Mystery, History, Documentary, Action and / or Drama
  • Black: Likely All

Brown: Action, Sci-Fi, Fantacy and / or Classic

More Google search tricks and tip:

So how do you search a movie for tonight?

#googlesearch   #movie   #trick


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