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Python PIL | Image.getdata ()

getdata() Returns the content of this image as a sequence object containing pixel values. The sequence object is aligned so that the values ​​for the first row immediately follow the values ​​for the null string, etc.

Note that the sequence object returned by this method is an internal PIL datatype that only supports certain operations sequence. To convert it to a regular sequence (e.g. for printing) use list (im.getdata ()).

Syntax: Image.getdata (band = None)

Parameters:

band - What band to return. The default is to return all bands. To return a single band, pass in the index value (eg 0 to get the “R” band from an “RGB” image).

Returns type : A sequence-like object.

Image used:

 

 
# import Image module from PIL package

from PIL import Image 

 
# open image

im = Image. open (r  "C: UsersSystem-PcDesktoplion.png" ). Convert ( "L"

  
# get colors
# RBG images

im1 = Image.Image.getdata (im) 

 

print (im1) 

Exit :

 ImagingCore object at 0x0000026E11CD52D0 

Another example: here we change picture. 
Image in use

# import Image module from PIL

from PIL import Image 

 
# open image

im = Image. open (r "C: UsersSystem-PcDesktop ree.jpg " ). Convert ( " L "

 
# get colors
# RBG images

im1 = Image.Image.getdata (im) 

  

print (im1) 

Exit :

 ImagingCore object at 0x0000029BA596C230 
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