Combining Image Color Layers

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One of several color systems that Mathematica supports for images has three color layers: red (R), green (G) and blue (B). The "color separate" image uses the layers of each original image to build up a new image. The "grayscale" image converts each original image to grayscale and then uses it as each RGB layer to compose a new image. Of course, information is lost from the original images. If you set the same image for RGB, it produces an original output and a grayscale version of it.

Contributed by: Daniel de Souza Carvalho (May 2017)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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