A color picker is used to select and adjust color values.
The eyedropper tool allows you to select and sample colors from any object or image in a file. Use the eyedropper to identify colors and apply them to your layers.
With Color Picker, you can choose any color from everywhere on your screen using the magnifier and selecting your desired pixel.
Currently read HEX, RGB, HSL, HSV, CMYK colors – and can convert the formats.
Available color picker and color palette selection
A color model is a way to define a specific color in different systems.
RGB (Red, Green, and Blue) is Red, Green, and Blue. Most digital images, such as those on your computer screen or in your digital camera, are created using these fundamental hues.
The RGB colour model is an additive colour model with a light component. This refers to the process of combining colours to obtain lighter shades.
You can make an absolute white by combining 100 percent red, green, and blue. Combining different combinations, on the other hand, will produce distinct colours. When red and green are combined, for example, you get yellow. Magenta is created by mixing red and blue, whereas cyan is made by mixing green and blue.
Colors in CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black). The hues CYAN, MAGENTA, YELLOW, and BLACK make up CMYK. RGB colour values are used to show colours on computer screens. Colors are frequently presented by printers using CMYK colour values. HTML does not support CMYK, although CSS4 proposes it as a new standard.
HSL (hue, saturation, lightness) and HSV (for hue, saturation, value; also known as HSB, for hue, saturation, brightness) are alternative representations of the RGB color model.
HSV is a cylindrical color model that remaps the RGB primary colors into more accessible dimensions for humans to understand. Like the Munsell Color System, these dimensions are hue, saturation, and value.
HSL - Hue, Saturation, Lightness
HSV - Hue, Saturation, Value
Creating color palettes can be hard. Designers spend a lot of time trying to create cohesion between the various colors on the rainbow.
Color picker match colors related to your existing composition; leads to color scheme ideas; and generate color shades, tones and tints values.
One big piece to the puzzle is color theory. Beyond the understanding of color theory you also need to understand how to choose the right colors for your palette.
Understanding color is the first step to applying it successfully in your design. Color theory is a complex subject that analyzes how different hues/shades interact with one another. However a few basic tips can lead to finding that perfect palette.
Sometimes it pays to stay in bed on Monday, rather than spending the rest of the week debugging Monday’s code.Dan Salomon