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Drawing Rectangles with Rounded Corners with Pillow and Python

May 12, 2021 by Mike
Pillow is a package devoted to working with images in Python. Starting in Pillow 8.2, there is a new drawing type: the rounded rectangle. A rounded rectangle lets you round the corners of the rectangle. So instead of sharp corners, you get rounded ones! You can read all about the new drawing type in the […]

PyDev of the Week: Adrian Rosebrock

November 20, 2017 by Mike
This week we welcome Adrian Rosebrock (@PyImageSearch) as our PyDev of the Week. Adrian is the author of several books on Python and OpenCV. He is also the author of PyImageSearch.com, a very popular Python blog that focuses on computer vision. Let's take some time to get to know him a bit better! Can you […]

Enhancing Photos with Python

October 24, 2017 by Mike
Sometimes when you take a photo you will find that it isn't quite what you wanted. The picture looks great, but it's just a little too dark. Or it's a little blurry and you need to add sharpness. The sharpness issue isn't anywhere near as bad nowadays because a lot of cameras will add sharpness […]

How to Watermark Your Photos with Python

October 17, 2017 by Mike
When you look up photos online, you will notice that some of them are watermarked. A watermark is usually some text or a logo overlaid on the photo that identifies who took the photo or who owns the rights to the photo. Some professionals recommend adding watermarks to your photos before sharing them on social […]

How to Resize a Photo with Python

October 12, 2017 by Mike
Sometimes you will find yourself wanting to resize a photo. I usually want to do this for photos that I want to email or post on a website since some of my images can be quite large. Normal people use an image editor. I usually do as well, but for fun I thought I would […]

Convert a Photo to Black and White in Python

October 11, 2017 by Mike
Black and white images aren't for everyone. I personally like to play around with them as you can sometimes take a boring photo and turn it into something dramatic. I have also rescued a drab photo by turning it black and white. If you want to change a photo that you took into a black […]
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