These extensions will make your life easier, especially if you are someone who works in such a field. You can work on clothes, edit images, design graphics or design websites. Especially if you are part of a design team or work alone, it will make it easy to find the right color.
Maybe you are looking for your next wall color? Let's start.
ColorZilla comes with many features. The first is EyeDropper, which will recognize any color you click. It can be anything from the web page, including images in any format.
Once you're done, you'll notice that the Color Selector icon changes from black to the color you selected. Click the icon again to launch a pop-up window containing the details of the hexadecimal code. Love this tool? There were keyboard shortcuts.
Look carefully at the software and you will see the color history where all the desired colors will be stored for you. Just click on the color to display the details again. On the left side, you can try shades to refine your nuance. Do not know which hexadecimal codes to copy? Select the Copy to Clipboard option. You can analyze the color palette of any page instantly.
Professional advice: If you are unable to get the correct color of a pixel, press the Ctrl and + keys to zoom in, then use a color picker to choose the correct pixel. Press Ctrl + 0 to return to the default zoom level of 100%.
2. ColorPick pipette
The ColorPick pipette is the simplest Chrome extension for identifying online colors. Open the extension and hover over the color that interests you. The extension will recognize and display the hexadecimal color code in real time.
When you click the color pixel, the extension displays a pop-up window next to the hex color code. You can copy and paste now.
Quite simple and devoid of all the advanced features we saw earlier in ColorZilla. If you are not satisfied with using the extension in the toolbar, you can open it in a pop-up window. Could help on some websites.
Eye Dropper is another Chrome extension for identifying and selecting web colors. Open the extension and click on the option Choose a color on the Web and simply select the pixel. Once you are done, the extension displays the hex color code that you need to copy.
Each color you identify will be correctly placed in the History column. So you can come back later. Another option is the Color Picker tab, in which you can manipulate the palette to find or adjust the hue you want to select.
Like other extensions in the list, Eye Dropper is free to download and use.
4. Color by Fardos
One of the most refined chrome extensions I like is Colors by Fardos because it is well designed. There are four options at the bottom, the first of which is Eye Dropper. Select it and click on any pixel on the web page to identify its color.
You can refine more by going in the gradients. There is a color picker in which you can move around the palette until something catches your eye.
Finally, there is a search tab where you can enter the hexadecimal color code and see it in action.
Fun fact: Did you know that red is the first color that a human child sees? Maybe it's because the color of the blood is part of this survival instinct? Nah, I'm kidding. This is because red has the longest wavelength.
Color, color on the wall
The sociologist Philip Cohen of the University of Maryland pointed out in his study that blue is officially the most popular color in the world. Well, who does not like a clear blue sky? The next time you wear a picture of the shade you like, you do not have to scratch your head anymore. Just use one of the Chrome extensions to identify it online. In addition, it is easy to determine the exact colors captured by photographers who display their images on Flickr, Instagram and other sources.
Then: Black and white images have something aesthetic. Click the link below to learn how to create black and white images from colors using Photoshop.