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INSTAKIT

Instakit is a suite of image processors and filters, for processing PIL images.

InstaKit processors use the same API as PILKit's, so they can be used with anything that supports those, including ImageKit. Or you can just use them by themselves to process images using Python.

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Image Processors and Utilities On Offer:

  • instakit.processors.adjust

    • Color(0.0 – 1.0)
    • Brightness(0.0 – 1.0)
    • Contrast(0.0 – 1.0)
    • Sharpness(0.0 – 1.0)
    • Invert()
    • Equalize([mask])
    • AutoContrast([cutoff{uint8_t}, [ignore{uint8_t}]])
    • Solarize([threshold{uint8_t}])
    • Posterize([bits{2**n}])
  • instakit.processors.blur

    • Contour()
    • Detail()
    • Emboss()
    • FindEdges()
    • EdgeEnhance()
    • EdgeEnhanceMore()
    • Smooth()
    • SmoothMore()
    • Sharpen()
    • UnsharpMask([radius=2, [percent=150, [threshold=3]]])
    • SimpleGaussianBlur([radius=2])
    • GaussianBlur([sigmaX=3, [sigmaY=3, [sigmaZ=3]]])
  • instakit.processors.curves

    • InterpolationMode
      • LINEAR, NEAREST, ZERO, SLINEAR, QUADRATIC, CUBIC, PREVIOUS, NEXT, LAGRANGE
    • CurveSet(<FILE.ACV>, [InterpolationMode.LAGRANGE])
  • instakit.processors.halftone

    • Atkinson([threshold{uint8_t}])
    • FloydSteinberg([threshold{uint8_t}])
    • SlowAtkinson([threshold{uint8_t}])
    • SlowFloydSteinberg([threshold{uint8_t}])
    • CMYKAtkinson([gcr=20{%}])
    • CMYKFloydsterBill([gcr=20{%}])
    • DotScreen([sample=1, [scale=2, [angle=0{°}]]])
    • CMYKDotScreen([gcr=20{%}, [sample=10, [scale=10, [thetaC=0{°}, [thetaM=15{°}, [theta=30{°}, [thetaK=45{°}]]]]]]])
  • instakit.processors.noise

    • GaussianNoise()
    • PoissonNoise()
    • GaussianLocalVarianceNoise()
    • SaltNoise()
    • PepperNoise()
    • SaltAndPepperNoise()
    • SpeckleNoise()
  • instakit.processors.squarecrop

    • histogram_entropy(image)
    • SquareCrop() … smart!
  • instakit.utils.ext.api (Cythonized)

    • hsluv_to_rgb(…)
    • rgb_to_hsluv(…)
    • hpluv_to_rgb(…)
    • rgb_to_hpluv(…)
  • instakit.utils.gcr

    • gcr(image, [percentage=20{%}, [revert_mode=False]])
    • BasicGCR([percentage=20{%}, [revert_mode=False]])
  • instakit.utils.kernels

  • instakit.utils.lutmap

  • instakit.utils.mode

    • Mode
      • MONO, L, I, F, P, RGB, RGBX, RGBA, CMYK, YCbCr, LAB, HSV, RGBa, LA, La, PA, I16, I16L, I16B
      • Many useful PIL.Image delegate methods (q.v. source)
  • instakit.utils.ndarrays

  • instakit.utils.pipeline

    • Pipe, Ink, NOOp
    • CMYKInk and RGBInk
    • ChannelFork and ChannelOverprinter
  • instakit.utils.static

  • instakit.utils.stats

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As of this first draft there are Instagrammy image-curve adjusters and a few other geegaws.

Instakit is made available to you and the public at large under the MIT license -- see LICENSE.md for the full text.

† née “django-instakit” – All dependencies and traces of Django have since been excised, with thanks to matthewwithanm.