Welcome to Impalette

Enter a link to an image in this form to scan to find the most dominant Pantone colors (and their related colors) in your image.

or (max 4MB upload)

How to Use It

Either upload a file or submit a link from the web. Once you've selected your image, use the brightness, saturation, and offset sliders to fine tune your palette.

Palette
This is the target color palette - all colors that are returned will be in this palette.
Paired Color Offset Amount
Paired color offset is the angle away from the primary to the left and the right of that color on the color wheel. A value of 180 will get you colors opposite of the primary color.
Brightness Range
This slider allows you to only sample bright or dark colors from the image - it may take a few tries to capture the brightness you want.
Saturation Range
Sliding this control to the left will remove colors with low saturation while sliding it to the left will include more saturated colors.

We Got an API!

You can programatically request palettes for any link. There's only one end point so it's pretty simple: https://www.impalette.com/api/scan

Parameters

apiKey Your personal, private API key. Get one by signing up for an account Here
link The url of the image you want to scan.
hOffset Hue offset in degrees. Imagine a color wheel - this value will get the colors X degrees to the left and the right of the dominant colors found in the image. Allowed values: 1-179
lumLow This is the lower bound for luminosity of pixels - the higher this value is, the fewer dark colors in your palette. Allowed values: 0-100
lumHigh This is the lower bound for luminosity of pixels - the lower this value is, the fewer light colors in your palette. Allowed values: 0-100
satLow This is the lower bound for saturation of pixels - the higher this value is, the fewer lower saturated colors in your palette. Allowed values: 0-100
satHigh This is the lower bound for saturation of pixels - the lower this value is, the fewer higher saturated colors in your palette. Allowed values: 0-100
palette A string value for the palette you are using. Allowed values: PantoneC, SherwinWilliams, DunnEdwards

Example Result (You can get a max of ten of these objects which make up a "palette")