Deepfry images in Python.
NOTE: This requires at least Python v3.6 in order to run.
How to use
You can either use deeppyer as a module, or straight from the command line.
Command line usage
$ python deeppyer.py -h usage: deeppyer.py [-h] [-v] [-o OUTPUT] [-f] FILE Deepfry an image. positional arguments: FILE File to deepfry. optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -v, --version Display program version. -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT Filename to output to. -f, --flares Try and detected faces for adding lens flares.
By default, flares will try to be added to the image, unless you're using the CLI script, in which case it is off by default.
from PIL import Image import deeppyer, asyncio async def main(): img = Image.open('./foo.jpg') img = await deeppyer.deepfry(img) img.save('./bar.jpg') loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() loop.run_until_complete(main())
async deepfry(img: Image, type=DeepfryTypes.RED, *, flares: bool = True)
Deepfry a given image.
- img (PIL.Image) - Image to apply the deepfry effect on.
- [type] (DeepfryTypes) - Colours to apply on the image.
- *[flares] (bool) - Whether or not to try and detect faces for applying lens flares.
PIL.Image - Deepfried image.
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If you wish to contribute something to this, go ahead! Just please make sure to format it with flake8 + isort, and that the test(s) pass fine.
tests/test.py and make sure that all the images output properly.
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