's symbolic architecture allows a unique representation and treatment of images in both programs and documents. Mathematica
supports images with arbitrary numbers of channels and arbitrary color depths, and with a full range of internal data types either specified explicitly or chosen automatically.
represent a general multichannel image, or create it from an array
test whether an expression is an image
the array of raster data for an image
pixel width, height
the number of channels per pixel
whether to interleave channels into the data array
the type of data in the image ("Bit"
in what color space to interpret channel values ("RGB", "HSB", etc.)
histogram of levels by channel
find the options of an image
arbitrary metadata imported & exported with an image
, Export —
import, export in all standard formats