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PIL - Pixel Level Image Manipulation?

I want to be able to randomly change pixels in an image and view the
results. I can use whatever format of image makes this easiest, e.g.,
gray scale, bit tonal, etc.

Ideally I'd like to keep the pixels in an intermediate format like a
list of (integers?) or an array and convert that to an image as

I'm hoping someone has some experience on this and could offer some
advice or code. I thought it would be easy in PIL but I'm not sure.

Much Appreciated,

Gregory Piñero
Chief Innovation Officer
Blended Technologies
Nov 8 '06 #1
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