Mac graphic designers do not face a shortage of color management apps. Color pickers are a dime a dozen. Color wheels are available online. For free. What most of us who work in graphics do not have is Deep. This is a color management tool of a different color.
Simply put, Deep is an image browser but instead of simply displaying all the images in a folder, Deep dives deeper into the file, analyzes the colors pixel-by-pixel, to create a color palette for each. Drag a photo or graphic design onto Deep, and it will dig into your supply of images on photos on your Mac, then rank images which are similar.
Take a look. Deep analyzes each image or photo in your collection, calculates the colors so you get a better match.
Don’t think of Deep as a one-trick pony color utility. Deep can also search images on your Mac by color, size, or shape. It also works with tags and OS X Mavericks so you can find specific images and photos.
Deep is an unusual way to finding color matched files on your Mac, but it’s one of those handy utilities that when you need it, you need it.