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  • Last Updated : 08 May, 2020
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In this article we will see how to add text to images using pgmagick library in Python. We can do this by using annotate() function. Sometimes, we need to add text to images like for its copyright or name of the organization the image is associated with.

In this article we will create an image with a green background text ‘GeeksforGeeks’ on it and will manipulate text on it.




# importing library
from pgmagick.api import Image
  
# using image function
img = Image((300, 300), 'green')
img.annotate('GeeksforGeeks')
img.write('GeeksforGeeks.jpg')

Output :

Now, we will rotate the text to 45 degrees.




# importing library
from pgmagick.api import Image
  
img = Image((300, 300), 'green')
  
# annotate function 
img.annotate('GeeksforGeeks', angle = 45)
img.write('geeksforgeeks.png')

Now we will change font as well as size of text.




# importing library
from pgmagick.api import Image
  
img = Image((300, 200), 'green')
img.font("/usr/share/fonts/truetype/ttf-japanese-gothic.ttf")
img.font_pointsize(26)
  
# annotate function 
img.annotate('GeeksforGeeks')
img.write('GeeksforGeeks.png')

Output :


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