[SciPy-User] ifft on images, symmetry artifacts?
Mon Jan 11 19:08:19 CST 2010
On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 7:18 PM, Joe Barfett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm using scipy (numpy.fft.fft2) to transform an image into the frequency
> domain. Then by using numpy.fft.ifft2 to transform the same image back into
> the spatial domain, I find that I get symmetry in the image around a
> reflection line (and not the original image).
> Google has revealed websites like this one:
> This is the code snippet they use:
> def Convolution(image1,image2):
> """ Simple convolution example """
> fftimage = fft2(image1)*fft2(image2)
> return ifft2(fftimage).real
> #end of Convolution
> which uses ifft but generates appropriate output. They do however only use
> the real component of the frequency domain image. I find the exact same
> approach does not work in my case, but rather gives these weird symmetries.
> It's been a few weeks of hacking and I would really appreciate the guidance
> of someone more experienced than me. Thanks a great deal if you know the
Something I recently found that might be helpful
(I know next to nothing about image processing but struggle with fft in
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