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How to Rotate and Mirror Images with Python and Pillow (Video)

In this video tutorial, you will learn how to rotate and mirror images with Python and the Pillow package. This is also known as transposing an image. Want to learn more about working with images with Python? Check out my book: Pillow: Image Processing with Python Leanpub – eBooks (epub, mobi and PDF) Gumroad – …

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Python 101 – How to Work with Images

The Python Imaging Library (PIL) is a 3rd party Python package that adds image processing capabilities to your Python interpreter. It allows you to process photos and do many common image file manipulations. The current version of this software is in Pillow, which is a fork of the original PIL to support Python 3. Several …

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An Intro to Image Processing with Wand / ImageMagick and Python

ImageMagick is an open-source tool that you can use to create, edit, compose, or convert digital images. It supports over 200 image formats. According to its website, ImageMagick can resize, flip, mirror, rotate, distort, shear, and transform images, adjust image colors, apply various special effects, or draw text, lines, polygons, ellipses, and Bézier curves. For …

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Creating a Warhol Triptych Image with Pillow and Python

Andy Warhol is a well-known artist who created a famous image where there are multiple copies of the same face but with different background colors. You can do a similar trick with software using Python and the Pillow package. You will also need to have NumPy installed to make this work. Let’s find out how …

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Converting an Image to ASCII with Python

There are lots of fun Python snippets out there that you can use to convert your photos into ASCII art. Anthony Shaw, an author, and contributor at Real Python, has his own snippet on GitHub. Most of these small programs use the Pillow package. These programs work best with simple images, especially ones that don’t …

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