Importing image to python :cannot import name 'imread'

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I'm new to python and I want to import an image.

import numpy as np
from scipy.misc import imread, imsave, imresize
# Read an JPEG image into a numpy array
img = imread('Cover.jpg')
print(img.dtype, img.shape)

but I face with following error: cannot import name 'imread' I've already successfully installed numpy and scipy.

You also need to install PIL (Pillow) as that is what scipy uses to read images:

pip install Pillow

note from the docs:

imread uses the Python Imaging Library (PIL) to read an image. The following notes are from the PIL documentation.

however, you might want to think about switching to scipy.imageio.imread since scipy.misc.imread is deprecated :

imread is deprecated! imread is deprecated in SciPy 1.0.0, and will be removed in 1.2.0. Use imageio.imread instead

Cannot import name 'Image', You are importing a wrong module. To install PIL I used pip install pillow. then you can use: from PIL import Image. in your python code. from PIL import Image. What did you expect to happen? What actually happened? ImportError: cannot import name Image. What versions of Pillow and Python are you using? Pillow==3.3.1 Python==2.7.12+ I use Kali Rolling and virtualenv. Please include code that reproduces the issue and whenever possible, an image that demonstrates the issue.

Apparently a lot of people had this issue and the solution was to install Pillow. Perhaps try to install Pillow and run it again

sudo pip install Pillow==2.6.0

Source of information: https://github.com/Newmu/stylize/issues/1

ImportError: cannot import name 'imread' from 'scipy.misc' · Issue , When running this step: ]$ python setup.py Traceback (most recent call last): File out for reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48923151/importing- image-to-python-cannot-import-name-imread?noredirect=1&lq=1  cannot import name 'ImageTK' - python 3.5. cannot import name 'ImageTK' Python does act up a little when importing TkImage and Image together. You need to

First, you should have Pillow, later your scipy version should be lower than 1.1.0

pip install Pillow
pip install scipy==1.1.0

ImportError: cannot import name 'PILLOW_VERSION' from , I got this error while importing Image from PIL import Image Traceback (most ImportError: cannot import name '_imaging' from 'PIL' (/lib/python3.7/site- packages/PIL/__init__.py). It installed pillow 6.2.1, python is 3.6.9. Description When import skimage it shows ImportError: cannot import name 'img_as_float32' Way to reproduce # Place the full code we need to recreate your issue here import skimage.io # upload all necessary images to github too!

Install pillow

    pip3 install pillow

As scipy.misc is deprecated you cannot use it but instead

    from PIL import Image
    import numpy as np
    im = Image.open('hopper.jpg')
    a = np.asarray(im)
    im = Image.fromarray(a)

this returns an image object

Importerror cannot import name requirementparseerror, I tried to import one image using PIL library, but I got this error while importing Image. from PIL' (unknown location) How can I solve this? Importing Pillow as a part of a flask project. cannot import name '_imaging' @nchouard If you can from PIL import Image in Python then this is likely a mod

Note: Posting the already given advises with a bit more as my reputation does not allow to comment

In the latest version of scipy (1.3.0) functions like imread, imsave, imresize is deprecated. Downgrading scipy from 1.3.0 to 1.1.0 works like a charm and you will be able to use not just imread but all the above-mentioned functions which are almost necessary in most situations

The command for downgrading:

pip install scipy==1.1.0

ImportError: cannot import name 'PILLOW_VERSION' from , Cannot import name 'PILLOW_VERSION' from 'PIL' anaconda3/lib/python3.7 not from the local environment which is python3.6 not python 3.7. I got this error while importing Image from PIL import Image Traceback (most  what that worked for me: go to the fodler . C:\Users\{YOUR PC USER NAME}\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python37-32\Lib\site-packages and either delete or change the name of the PIL folder and DONE.

Cannot import name 'PILLOW_VERSION' from 'PIL', ImportError: cannot import name '_imaging' from 'PIL' File "d:\programming\ python\lib\site-packages\PIL\Image.py", line 69, in <module> ImportError: cannot import name 'export_saved_model' from 'tensorflow.python.keras.saving.saved_model' #39367 Closed sohamsahare123 opened this issue May 10, 2020 · 6 comments

Error importing '_imaging' from PIL when trying to use mlagents , And then everything goes fine in the python package installation. related to the libtvm_topi.so, do 'export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/lib/python3.5/site-packages/ from ..cpp.image import bilinear_sample_nchw ImportError: cannot import name   ImportError: cannot import name 'export_saved_model' from 'tensorflow.python.keras.saving.saved_model' I have also tried @kari0219 's suggestion and also tried doing that with conda uninstall -y tensorflow

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Comments
  • Possible duplicate of scipy.misc module has no attribute imread?
  • It's not a "workaround" since it is not a bug, it is expected behaviour, since scipy need PIL(Pillow) to be able to read images. It even says in the docs
  • Only this solution worked for me.