fabio at FALCON.TAMUCC.EDU
Fri Mar 24 14:56:47 CST 2006
Some people color monochrome (grayscale) SEM or TEM photos in Photoshop (or
similar) to emphasize a certain structure of interest, or just because it
looks artistic. There are different ways to colorize a black and white
photo, and maybe there are specialized software for this purpose.
A researcher at the University of Hawaii, Tina Carvalho does some nice
artistic colorizations of SEM and TEM micrographs colorized in Photoshop:
My two cents.
Fabio Moretzsohn, Ph.D.
Post Doctoral Research Associate
Harte Research Institute of Gulf of Mexico Studies
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
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fabio at falcon.tamucc.edu
----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul E. Hargraves" <pharg at GSO.URI.EDU>
To: <TAXACOM at LISTSERV.NHM.KU.EDU>
Sent: Friday, March 24, 2006 11:07 AM
Subject: [TAXACOM] photo manipulation
> 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
> "Schau auf zu den Sternen, hab acht auf die Gassen" [-W. Raabe, 1831-1910]
> "Eamus, O Celtae; Eamus, O Tibialia rubentia" [anonymous, 64 B.C.]
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