When we talk about images, we know its all about the matrix either binary image(0, 1), gray scale image(0-255) or RGB image(255 255 255). So additions of the image is adding the numbers of two matrices. In OpenCV, we have a command cv2.add() to add the images.
Below is code for Addition of two images using OpenCV :
But sometimes we do not want to perform simple addition in image, so in this case we have blending. This is also image addition, but different weights are given to images so that it gives a feeling of blending or transparency. Images are added as per the equation below :
g(x) = (1 - a)f(x) + af1(x)
By varying a from 0 -> 1, you can perform a cool transition between one image to another. Here two images are taken to blend together. First image is given a weight of 0.3 and second image is given 0.7, cv2.addWeighted() applies following equation on the image :
img = a . img1 + b . img 2 + y
Here y is taken as zero.
Below is code for Blending of images using OpenCV :
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