Color Hunter generates a palette of colours from an uploaded photo or via a photo URL. It’s a bit like Adobe Kuler, but instead of creating the colour palette yourself, Color Hunter does all the hard work. Leaving you with a palette and colour codes for use on websites, presentations, artwork or whatever.
You can also search Color Hunter via tags, say if you wanted a palette for a sunny sandy beach or the Australian Outback or even deepest, darkest Peru – chances are Color Hunter can dig a relevant picture out of Flickr for you and rustle up some nice colours. Very useful and cool.
Color Hunter is a place to find and make color palettes created from images. To find color palettes on Color Hunter, enter a search term in the box at the top of the page. You can search by tag or hex color code or image URL. If you have an image, you can upload it and get a color palette based on the colors in the image.
[Photo from Flickr, via Color Hunter]