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Python PIL | MinFilter () and MaxFilter () method

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PIL.ImageFilter.MinFilter() creates a minimal filter. Selects the lowest pixel value in a window with a given size.

  Syntax:  PIL.ImageFilter.MinFilter (size = 3)  Parameters:   size :  The kernel size, in pixels. 

Image used:

# Import Image and ImageFilter module from PIL

from PIL import Image, ImageFilter

 
# create image object

im1 = Image. open (r " C: Userssadow984Desktopdownload2.JPG " )

  
# apply min filter

im2 = im1. filter (ImageFilter.MinFilter (size = 3 ))

 
im2.show ()

Output:

PIL.ImageFilter.MinFilter() creates the maximum filter. Selects the largest pixel value in a window with a given size.

  Syntax:  PIL.ImageFilter.MaxFilter (size = 3)  Parameters:   size:  The kernel size, in pixels. 

# Import Image and ImageFilter module from PIL

from PIL import Image, ImageFilter

 
# create an image object

im1 = Image. open (r "C: Userssadow984Desktopdownload2.JPG" )

  
# apply the max filter

im2 = im1. filter (ImageFilter.MaxF ilter (size = 3 ))

 
im2.show ()

Output:

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