Images are just collections of numbers called pixels. These numbers range from 0 to 255 where a 0 value represents a dark pixel whereas a value 255 denotes a full bright pixel. These numbers are represented in the form of a matrix or table where an intersection of rows and columns denotes a unique pixel in the image. By the way, this is for grey images as shown below:
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