The eyedropper is one of the most useful tools in any full-featured image editing software. With this one little gadget it’s possible to pick up the color from one image and use it elsewhere. This makes matching the color of new images with those of older images easy, and is also helpful as a way of experimenting with color to see what works and what doesn’t.
Of course, the tool only works within the confines of the software offering it. But what if you could go beyond that, instead extracting color directly from your surroundings? LifeDropper makes that possible.
This looks very interesting!