Color is everywhere. It’s in the clothes you wear, the food you eat, and even the walls of your home. But what if you want to find a color code for an image?
That’s where ColorCodeFinder.com comes in! With this tool, it takes just one click to find a color code on any image. You can also use it to create a palette from any photo – perfect for finding inspiration or creating your next masterpiece.
The best part about using this tool is that images are processed inside the browser and never uploaded to our servers. So no matter how many colors you need, they will always be right there with you! And because it runs locally on your machine, there’s no waiting time when loading up an image – so go ahead and get started today!
Q: How to pick colors from an image?
A: Here's a step by step guide on how to pick colors from an image using our tool:
- Upload an image: Click on the "Select Image" button above to open a file picker to select an image from your computer or mobile device. Note: The image you select stays on your device and is never uploaded to our servers.
- Pick colors from the image: Move your mouse over the image (or your drag your finger, on mobile), and click on the specific color that you want to select. The current color code will be displayed in a magnifying lens at all times. Repeat this process to pick multiple colors from the image.
- Copy color code: Once you have picked the colors that you want, you can copy the color codes by clicking on the "Copy" icon besides the color code on the right. The selected color is shown in 3 common formats: Hex, RGB/RGBA, and HSL/HSLA. You can paste these color codes into your design software or HTML/CSS code.
- Download color codes: Click on the Download icon next to the History section to download a file containing all color codes you have selected.
ColorCodeFinder was created with the following technologies:
- React - the main front end framework used to create the user interface.
- Next.js - a React framework that makes it easy to create fast loading web applications in only a few lines of code.
- @thi.ng/k-means - a fast, simple, and efficient implementation of the K-means clustering algorithm, used to create the color palette from the image.
- colord - a fast color utility library is used on our RGB to Hex and Hex to RGB tools and to calculate various color schemes in our individual color pages like Neon Yellow.