Image Color Picker

Get HEX, RGB or HSL color code from any image

image color picker tool
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How To Use Image Color Picker?


Upload a picture or directly paste the image URL


On the canvas, click anywhere to get the html color code of that color.


On right side, HEX, RGB and HSL code will appear.


Click on the copy icon next to the color code you want.


Now use it in your design, code or image editing.

Color Picker From Image


Using image color picker online tool, you can quickly get the RGB, HSL, HEX or HTML color code very easily. This color picker from image tool lets you instantly get the color code either by uploading the image or directly pasting the picture URL.

Once the image is fetched by the tool, the user will be able to see the uploaded image. The user needs to hover to the desired color part and click on it to get the HEX color code or RGB code. Now you can use that code anywhere you want.

HEX And RGB Color

HEX or hexadecimal colors are widely used by developers and designers in web designing. HEX color code is a way of identifying colors using hexadecimal values.There are six digits in a hex code which starts with a hash symbol (#).

The six digit hex code can be further divided into a pair of 3 hex values. The first pair of hex values specifies the levels of the red color. The middle pair of hex values represents the green color and the last pair specifies the level of blue color of a given pixel. You can generalise the HEX code as #RRGGBB.

The RGB color code is the most used color profile in the digital world (computer, mobile, and TV screens). In simple words RGB is the process with which the color is rendered on screen using the color combination of RGB colors i.e RED, Green, and Blue.

The RGB color scheme is only applicable to digital screens, all the color that you see on your display screen is a combination of these colors. For example when all the RGB colors are fully mixed in equal proportions you get the pure white color. And when you completely remove all the three colors you get a black color. Similarly millions of different colors are produced onscreen by mixing these three colors in different proportions.