Find the dominant colors in any image.
Make sure you have python installed on your machine
navigate into the main directory ColorPalette and create a python virtual environment as follows:
python3 -m venv env
Activate the virtual environment as follows:
Install the required packages:
pip install -e .
Using the tool:
To use this tool place whatever image you want to analyze in the main ColorPalette folder and type the following:
./bin/run EXAMPLE_IMAGE.jpg NUM_COLORS
In the above, NUM_COLORS refers to the number of colors you want displayed. Additionally, you may follow NUM_COLORS with either a 0 or a 1 to specify whether you would like the hexadecimal color codes of each number to be displayed in the final picture.
The tool will output two files into the main folder your image was initially in. The first file will be named YOUR_FILE_palette and will contain just the color palette. The second file will be called YOUR_FILE_with_palette and this will contain the original image with the palette below it.
Image without color names
Image with color names