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NASA Retinex Image Processing.

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  • NASA Retinex Image Processing.

    This is interesting:

    https://dragon.larc.nasa.gov/retinex/

    I'm not sure whether this can't be done equally as well with clever Photoshop processing.

    Jim

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    Re: NASA Retinex Image Processing.

    Well the original press release on the site is dated 2001.....

    From the examples I've seen I don't think you would need to be all that clever with Photoshop, a bit of top & tail on the tone and some dehaze/clarity etc. would probably do the job. Mind you that is with the benefit of 18 years of development!

    I've no idea why the site says last updated recently.

    John

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      Re: NASA Retinex Image Processing.

      Originally posted by Bikie John View Post
      Well the original press release on the site is dated 2001.....

      From the examples I've seen I don't think you would need to be all that clever with Photoshop, a bit of top & tail on the tone and some dehaze/clarity etc. would probably do the job. Mind you that is with the benefit of 18 years of development!

      I've no idea why the site says last updated recently.

      John

      The site updates itself each time someone looks in. I looked in today on three separate occasions and the times changed each time.
      It's not what inspires us that is important, it's where the journey takes us.

      Wally and his Collie with our Oly bits & bobs

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        Re: NASA Retinex Image Processing.

        That's a good way to keep it looking current, Wally!

        Sorry Jim, my post looks a bit snarky and I didn't mean it to. It's always good to see the interesting things that other people have found.

        John

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          Re: NASA Retinex Image Processing.

          Originally posted by Bikie John View Post
          That's a good way to keep it looking current, Wally!

          Sorry Jim, my post looks a bit snarky and I didn't mean it to.
          It didn't look that way to me, John.

          Jim

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