This is documentation for Mathematica 8, which was
based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.

# ColorSeparate

 ColorSeparate[image] gives a list of single-channel images corresponding to each of the color channels in image. ColorSeparategives a list of images corresponding to the components of colorspace.
• ColorSeparate works with images containing any number of color channels.
• The following color space specifications can be given:
 "Grayscale","Gray","Intensity" graylevel intensity "RGB" red, green, blue "RGBA" red, green, blue, alpha "CMYK" cyan, magenta, yellow, black "Cyan","Magenta","Yellow","Black" cyan, magenta, yellow, black "HSB" hue, saturation, brightness "Red","Green","Blue" red, green, or blue channel "Hue" hue "Saturation" saturation "Brightness" brightness "Mean" mean of all channels "Alpha" alpha channel
Separate an RGB image into three channels:
Separate the channels of an HSB image:
Separate an RGB image into three channels:
 Out[1]=

Separate the channels of an HSB image:
 Out[1]=
 Scope   (2)
Extract the blue channel:
Extract HSB channels from an RGB image:
 Applications   (1)
Extract red objects by subtracting the blue and green color planes from the red color plane:
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