kk52 at NYU.EDU
Fri Mar 24 12:52:01 CST 2006
there are professionals who do this kind of work for magazines and
books, like for instance these people:
They manipulate the photos with computer programs.
I bet that they started out using photoshop but may have moved on to
different software by now.
>Changing the recent threads abruptly, I am wrestling with a problem
>I'm sure others have dealt with. One often sees former black/white
>photos reproduced in various science magazines in blazing color, esp.
>SEM & TEM photos. I assume this is done with Photoshop in some way.
>Can someone give details on how this is done?
>Paul E. Hargraves
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