HTML Color Code from Image Pixel

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  1. Peyomp

    Peyomp New Member

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    Whats a good way to get an HTML color code for a color from a JPG/PNG/GIF?
     
  2. MrFaldyn

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    eyedropper in photoshop
     
  3. Peyomp

    Peyomp New Member

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    Really?
     
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    honestly can't think of an easier way
     
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    0089a3

    You clever little devil!
     
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    ohhhh yeeeeahhhh v. koolaid
     
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    i use a tool called "color cop"...google it, free download.
     
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    Pixie.
    http://www.nattyware.com/pixie.html

    "Pixie is an easy-to-use, fast and tiny utility designed especially to fit the needs of Webmasters and Designers. Its a colour picker that includes a mouse tracker. Run it, simply point to a colour and it will tell you the hex, RGB, HTML, CMYK and HSV values of that colour. You can then use these values to reproduce the selected colour in your favorite programs. Pixie will also show the current x y position of your mouse pointer. Its the only tool you'll need for working with colours."
     
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    anyone know if there is a way to select a color outside of photoshop using the photoshop eyedropper?
     
  10. Peyomp

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    What I'd really like is a website that does this: you upload an image and then get a color code from pixels by selecting it with dropper.
     
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    make photoshopped restored, not maximized and resize it to where when you click the eyedropper inside photoshop it will still show the object you are trying to get the color for and just drag the eyedropper from inside photoshop to the object
     
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