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- HEX: #000
- RGB: 0, 0, 0
- HSL: 0, 0%, 0%
Image Color Picker is one of many versatile tools on the ColorDesigner website that anyone can use completely free of charge. The tool allows its user to upload an image to the website and then pick out a single color from it while being able to tweak the image scale, the picker algorithm as well as the picker size. The process will result in your color being displayed along with additional information about that color including the HEX, RGB, and HSL values.
How To Use
To use the Image Color Picker, you will first need to upload an image from which you want to choose a color. To do this, you can either click on the empty rectangular space and chose an image from one of your folders, or simply drag and drop the image into the rectangle. Once you have your image, you are faced with a few different settings which will help you to pick your color more accurately. After all the settings are adjusted to your preferences, simply move the mouse over your image, and click the space from which you want to pick a color. Your color will be displayed under the image, as well as HEX code, RGB values, and HSL percentages.
The first option that you will see below your image is the image scale which will make your image larger or smaller depending on your choice. There are five options in total to chose from including 0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75, and 1 which will display an image in its full size.
The second setting that you can tinker with is the algorithm and what it does is process your color selection differently. The Simple option takes all similar colors divides them by the number of units and gives displays the result of the average. The Square option does is similar to Simple, but provides you with the square root of the accumulated colors instead of the average. The Dominant option tends to display the most dominant color.
The last setting that you can influence is the picker size which will make the size of your picker larger or smaller depending on your choice. It is measure in pixels and there are six different sizes, among them 1px 5px 10px 25px 50px and 100px.