If you liked a set of colours from a particular image or a website and want to use the exact same colour(s) in your project or your blog, now you can extract these colour values thanks to a tool called Able Opus colour extractor. It lets you extract colours from a loaded image or a screenshot, or from a colour spectrum.
By default, the app lets you pick colours from a colour spectrum. You can then modify the RGB settings for the colour and see how the colour changes. To extract colour from an image, simply upload it to the app, select a colour on the image and it gives you the corresponding HEX, RGB and HSB values for that colour.
If you liked colours from a particular website, simply take a screenshot of your screen and then use the app to pick colours and view the corresponding values.
- Colour picking app
- Picks colours from a colour spectrum, from an image or a screenshot
- Free, open-source, downloadable desktop application
- Similar tools: Colors Palette Generator, Pic2Color, Color Palette Generator and Color Combos.
Check out Able Opus Color Extractor @ http://sourceforge.net/projects/ableopuscolorex