I did the coding exercise and submission was graded as success, but this (black images at the end) don’t seem right.
Ok, I figured it out…
There was this transformation in one of the cells
original_img = original_img / 255
If that cell is run multiple times, rgb values of the image will become close to zero as they are divided by 255 multiple times.
Using a different varibles names for the transformed values can be a defensive strategy to avoid issue like this.
Glad that you were able to figure it out by yourself.
I still got the images all drak after changing to a different varibles names. Could you maybe share your edited codes?
Welcome to the community. As @vangap stated, the issue is simply due to running the same cell more than once. How about after passing all the test cases, you restart the kernel and run all the cells once? You can do this by selecting the option of “Restart and Run all” in the Kernel menu on the toolbar. Let me know if this resolves the issue.
Thank you! That works now!
My suggestion to use different variable names was just as a defensive programming technique to protect us from issues like this. If you run all the cells only once, then there shouldn’t be any issue.