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The purpose of this project was to create functions that would manipulate pixels of an image to create interesting effects on that image. Then, using these different functions I created a Warhol collage of the same photo with different effects on that image. The last major task of this assignment was to create a python program that would take the blue-screen image and turn the blue pixels into a different color.

I played around with the r,g,b values of each pixel to create a new and interesting images. For instance, I had a function that would make the image look like a negative print by subtracting all r, g, b values from 255. 255 is used because all r, g, b values are on a scale of 0 to 255.

I created a few other unique functions using similar manipulations of the r, g, b values.

Then, I created a Warhol collage by cloning my pmap (my Pixmap that I assigned to be the image of myself). I cloned this image 4 times and then called different functions to execute  

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