Blurred and sharp images return different results, I like the blurred one better because it forces the computer to ignore (in this instance) the fur information and focus on the over all color. I'd also like to add preference based on the luminance of the image because to me, the bright blue and red and orange of the image are more important than the dark colors. This is not accurate to the photo but I feel that users choose reference photos based on composition of the colors rather than seeing the straight relevancy of them, otherwise they wouldn't need to use a chooser like this to pick their colors.
- Number of colors (to be included on ramp)
- Leeway (color variance)
- Stand alone python node that can be put in shader network rather than COPs network
- Blur input
- File input
- Changes shader inputs based on top color(s)